The Dukes of Sussex do everything right: scheduled flight, electric car, few bodyguards… But in Manchester the protest is triggered. Despite, then, they are presented as stars. In front of those who had to shell out 1,000 pounds each to be thereMeghan and Harry, cheers and boos in Manchester Photo Video
Meghan Markle and Harry of England landed in the UK, from where they had ideally fled on January 8, 2020 (when they said they would 'step back as senior members of the royal family'), giving birth to that notorious diplomatic earthquake. under the name of 'Megxit' - Photo | video
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ALL FOR GOOD, AT THE BEGINNING - And, at least at the beginning, they did everything right: they arrived on a scheduled flight (after the many criticisms for the abuse of private jets). They have settled down, as expected, at Frogmore Cottage, in Windsor. They reached London station (Euston Station) with a hybrid Range Rover and then took the train to Manchester, protected by 'only' two bodyguards.
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INSIDE APPLAUSE ... - In Manchester, the couple-no-longer-real opens the summut One Young World, a charity event that brings together young leaders from all over the world (which, said by the way , they had to shell out a thousand pounds to participate). Inside the Bridgewater Hall, which usually hosts concerts, the Dukes of Sussex were greeted with cheers and cheering whistles. But outside ...
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... OUT OF WHISTLE AND BUUU - Outside Meghan and Harry were greeted by a large group of (former) subjects (at least 100 people, according to the Daily Mail ) and belligerent: whistles, sonorous buuu and screams. 'You are fake reals', one of the most pronounced slogans, while in the gray sky of Manchester the usual Me-gain , crippling of Meghan that enhances Markle's egoism and greed (free translation of Me-gain: earnings for me).
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EGOCENTRIC - And in her speech (the first given in England since Brexit), which kicked off the summit, Meghan, dressed all in red, used the word 'me' 54 times (in seven minutes). With the summit closed, the agenda becomes tight: the dukes are on their way to Dusseldorf, Germany, where the Invictus Games will be held in 2023. And there is great anticipation for a (eventual) visit to Queen Elizabeth.