Harry and Meghan Fight at Eugenie Wedding

Rumours have recently resurfaced online about a public altercation between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Princess Eugenie’s wedding on October 12, 2018. It is likely these rumours are swirling again since a photo has been surfacing online showing Prince Harry visibly bruised. While it could very well have been an accident that resulted in Harry’s bruises on his face and arms, people are speculating that Prince Harry is in an abusive relationship with Meghan Markle. Please note there is no evidence to substantiate the claims other than body language experts weighing in to comment on the couple’s dynamic.


Harry and Meghan fight police called at Princess Eugenie Wedding 

There has been a search trending online that police were called to a fight between Harry and Meghan at Princess Eugenie’s wedding but these claims are also not substantiated. For now, the only evidence of a “fight” stem from Meghan seemingly slightly scolding Harry at Princess Eugenie’s wedding for interrupting her conversation with Zara Tindall. Meghan Markle can be seen rolling her eyes at Harry before returning to her conversation with Zara. At the time of the wedding there was also supposed drama around the fact that Harry and Meghan announced that Meghan was pregnant at Princess Eugenie’s wedding but Eugenie has never spoken out condemning the announcement.

Harry and Meghan Fight

The video below from Tik Tok shows a photo of Harry with a bruise on his face and it is this photo that has led people to speculate that there was a physical altercation between the two. Again, there is no proof that Meghan was physically abusive with Harry but people believe that based on their public dynamic that maybe there was an altercation.


Allegedly MEGHAN’S AB*SIVE? Harry Left Montecito With Bruises And Bite Marks After Huge Fight With His Wife. #RunHarryRun #PrinceHarry #MeghanMarkle #Abuse #FYP Video Credit: Royal Massive

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