Pathetic: Harry and Meghan Use Photo of Paparazzi at Harry Potter Premiere to Claim They Are Being Hounded by Paparazzi in Netflix Promo – But Still Insist They’re Victims

More BS from the former royals.

Meghan Markle and her hubby made a Netflix movie about their life of victimhood.

The elitist multimillionaires explain in the film how the paparazzi is making their life hell.  They even include a photo of the paparazzi hounding them at an event.  Except the image is not from any event they ever attended.  It was from a Harry Potter premiere.

But they’re still victims.  Please don’t forget that.

The New York Post reported:

An image apparently meant to show Prince Harry and Meghan Markle being hounded by paparazzi in their new Netflix docuseries is really a stock shot of photographers taken at the “Harry Potter” premiere years before the couple met, according to reports.

The black-and-white pic of rows of photographers snapping away is featured in the “Harry and Meghan” teaser, before Harry says: “I had to do everything I could to protect my family,” seemingly implying he was protecting them from the paps and British tabloids.

But according to the Sun, the photo-hungry group was actually getting shots of the cast of the beloved JK Rowling series at a 2011 London event for the film “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part Two.”

Markle and Prince Harry didn’t meet until 2016, five years later, and neither attended the premiere.

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