Well almost another fucking disaster......... .......catastrophic car chase in new York ....Meghyn and harry ............
The only thing i can take away for this is she looks gold in a gold dress.......but i do not like her feet '''''''' they are a little off .......... not much but enough ......but she looked bangable.......... in a gold dress ............ that is all i can take form this .......as i am a shallow bastard .....
She looks in good shape for a broad ......that ahs shat out a brat or two .......scuse my rudeness .........or not .....but her body is not to bad........ at all ............after all she is in the spotlight.......... she needs to look good ........but that was a close call .........
Harry and Meghan involved in 'near catastrophic' car chase while in New York, spokesman claims
Harry, Meghan and her mother were involved in a 'near catastrophic car chase' involving 'highly aggressive' paparazzi, it was claimed yesterday.
The incident was said to have happened after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex attended an awards ceremony with Doria Ragland in New York on Tuesday.
Their spokesperson said the 'relentless pursuit' lasted for over two hours and involved 'multiple near collisions' involving other drivers, pedestrians and two New York Police Department officers.
Clearly alluding to the incident that tragically claimed the life of his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, they said: 'The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ms Ragland were involved in a near catastrophic car chase at the hands of a ring of highly aggressive paparazzi.
'This relentless pursuit, lasting over two hours, resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers on the road, pedestrians and two NYPD officers.
'While being a public figure comes with a level of interest from the public, it should never come at the cost of anyone's safety.'
The spokesperson added: 'Dissemination of these images, given the ways in which they were obtained, encourages a highly intrusive practice that is dangerous to all in involved.'
New York police officials subsequently told US broadcaster NBC that they did not believe the chase was 'near catastrophic', however.
They described it as a 'bit of a chaotic scene'.
Julian Phillips, deputy commissioner of public information in New York also revealed that the NYPD 'assisted' the couple's private security team.
He said while the 'numerous' photographers' behaviour was 'challenging', the duke and duchess 'arrived at their destination and there were no reported collisions, summonses, injuries, or arrests in regard.'
The New York Mayor, Eric Adams, expressed empathy - describing the actions of the paparazzi as 'reckless' and 'irresponsible' - but said he would find it 'hard to believe' there was a two-hour high speed chase.
However he made clear that even a '10 minutes chase' in a built-up city like New York would be unacceptable and said he understood Harry's concerns given what happened to his mother.
The incident also highlights the prince's ongoing concerns over his security.
He is currently involved in two High Court battles with the Home Office over their decision to deny him police bodyguards when he acrimoniously quit as a working royal.
In a recent interview he also made a point of saying that one of the reasons he and his family left the UK was to escape media attention.
There is very little in the way of laws or regulations controlling the behaviour of the media in the United States, as there is in Britain.
The family had flown to New York in order for Meghan, 41, to attend a glitzy gala dinner where she was being given a Ms Foundation 'Women of Vision' award.
The couple arrived in a trio of SUVs and with a NYPD police escort at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in Manhattan.
They were accompanied by a number of private security guards headed by Harry's former chief Metropolitan Police protection officer who has moved to the US to manage his security arrangements since leaving the force.
A crowd - including photographers - had already gathered at the low-key rear entrance that was used by the trio, which took them via a Hertz rental car desk into a parking lot under the theatre.
According to eye witnesses there were still a number of photographers present when they departed, some of whom set off in pursuit of their car.
Sources close to the couple suggested that up to six 'blacked out' vehicles were involved, driving on the pavement, going through red lights, reversing down a one-way street, driving while photographing and blocking a moving vehicle.
Writing on Twitter, the couple's biographer, Omid Scobie, claimed the chase 'could have been fatal' and that Harry, Meghan and Doria are 'understandably shaken but thankful everyone's safe'.
Sky News later broadcast 'reportable guidance' from two 'senior law enforcement officials' in New York - who had spoken to their sister channel in the US, NBC - which it said 'did not square with the version first put out by Harry and Meghan'.
The officials said the couple left the awards ceremony with their private security officials and a NYPD vehicle.
But because they did not want photographers to find out where they were staying - a friend's house on the Upper East Side of the city - they embarked on a convoluted drive across Manhattan for an about an hour and fifteen minutes.
They then stopped at the 19th Precinct police station where they remained for 15 minutes before switching into a different car, a yellow New York City taxi.
The officials were reported as describing it as a 'bit of a chaotic scene' but added that they 'do not believe it was near catastrophic'.
In an interview with the Washington Post, taxi driver Sukhcharn Singh continued the story, saying he picked the group up at the police station at around 11pm on Tuesday night and drove them for a brief period.
According to Singh's account, one of the couple's security guards waved him down and asked: 'Do you want a fare?'
With Harry, Meghan and Mrs Ragland in the back and a security guard in the front, Singh, who goes by the name 'Sunny', said two vehicles followed them for a short distance, adding: 'They kept following us and were coming next to the car. They took pictures as we stopped and were filming us.'
After a few minutes, Singh said, the bodyguard grew concerned about the photographers and asked him to return to the police station.
The security officer said he thought they were 'too exposed' and didn't want their location shared 'more widely'.
He added of the ten-minute journey: 'I don't think I would call it a chase. I never felt like I was in danger. It wasn't like a car chase in a movie. They were quiet and seemed scared but it's New York — it's safe.'
The NYPD has suggested they then accompanied the prince and his family back to their residence safely.
Prince Harry's mother, Princess Diana, was killed in a 1997 car crash in Paris while being chased by photographers.
In an interview with the BBC for the documentary 'Diana, 7 Days', Prince Harry referred to the paparazzi as 'a pack of dogs' who constantly hounded his mother.
In common with other websites, MailOnline published agency pictures of Harry and Meghan for a few hours on Wednesday morning.
The agency pictures were captioned as showing Harry and Meghan getting into a taxi after the event and were published on that basis.
When it was discovered that the pictures were in fact taken some time later at a different location, they were removed.