Meghan and Harry accused of ‘calling paparazzi on themselves’ – claim

Prince Harry ‘scared’ of Meghan claims Angela Levin

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It has been claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry called people ahead of time to “take their photo” as they arrived at an elite Hollywood restaurant. The Duke and Duchess were pictured arriving at A-lister hangout San Vicente Bungalows in Hollywood earlier this month.

Prince Harry, 38, is now believed to be a member at the elite club which has a £3,400 ($4,200) a year membership price tag. The hotspot is a hangout for celebrities and film industry figures in Tinsel Town.

However, a club member told Page Six there was no reason for the Sussexes to enter the club through the front as it has a private “celebrity door”. It’s also a two-hour drive each way from Meghan and Harry’s Montecito mansion.

The outing came just hours after the news broke that the Sussexes would have to give up their UK home, Frogmore Cottage, something which the club member called a “bold move”.

“I think it was definitely a statement coming on the evening of the Frogmore news,” they said, adding: “I know that San Vincente has a back door for celebrities, so no one needs to see you coming and going. They’re really all about privacy.”

The member continued adding that “bigger stars” than Meghan and Harry come into the restaurant meaning, if they wanted to, the couple most likely could have quietly entered the establishment.

The member claimed: “They have way bigger stars than Harry and Meghan coming in and no one will ever know they’re there. But Harry and Meghan said, ‘We’re fine’ and that they didn’t need to use it. And even when they left, they used the main entrance.”

The Page Six article caught the eye of royal commentator Kinsey Schofield, who accused Meghan and Harry of calling paparazzi ahead of time to photograph them entering the restaurant.

Sharing a screengrab of the article’s headline to Twitter, the To Di For Daily podcast host said: “I will save you a click, it’s so the people they called ahead of time will take their photo.”

Meghan and Harry moved to Montecito, California in 2020 after stepping back from the Royal Family. In a Netflix documentary released in December last year, the Duke and Duchess blamed, at least partly, the paparazzi and Britain’s tabloid media for the move.

However, someone who knows Meghan and Harry told Page Six that the outing didn’t mean the couple were going “all Hollywood” and added that the Duke and Duchess had “only been out for dinner with friends and at the Archwell office recently, as well as a meeting with Netflix”.

At the San Vicente, the Sussexes were reportedly joined by two friends and chatted with actress Kate Hudson who was also at the club. The following week, Meghan, 41, drove to West Hollywood and celebrated a ladies lunch with Archwell employees to celebrate International Women’s Day.

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