Prince Harry and Meghan pursued in their car by photographers; no injuries in NYC incident
Prince Harry, Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night. Their spokesman calls it near catastrophic. The NYPD calls it challenging. Prince Harry Meghan and her mother were pursued in their car by photographers in New York City Tuesday night, their spokesman calls it near catastrophic, the NYPD calls it challenging. At one point they ended up at the 19th precinct where they got into soup charon Singh's cab, who also doesn't call it a chase. And all of a sudden paparazzi came out of Norway, started taking pictures. He says Harry and Meghan were nice. It's kind of crazy and stuff like that. The Gabby says they asked to go back to the precinct, the ride lasted ten minutes, and they were generous on a $17 fare. They gave me a 50. I mean, while I'm going around the block, that's more than enough. The NYPD says they were assisting the private security team, protecting the royals, and there were numerous photographers, but they arrived at their destination. Julie Walker, New York.