Former Royal Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry has hit the headlines for a piece of unpleasant news. According to Globe publication, the former royal was reported to be hospitalised to a psychiatric facility in California after he suffered post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The said publication had published this news piece with the headline ‘Harry Rushed To Psych Ward!’ followed by two page long write up, claiming it to be true. Thus, getting down and investigating this matter is Gossip Cop.
As per reports in Globe, Harry seems to have suffered a mental breakdown in 1997 with the sudden death of his mother Princess Diana. Later his condition just worsened with his 10-year military career and now his separation from his royal family due to Meghan Markle just escalated the issue. The publication also had quotes from so called royal sources which read, “Harry admits he ‘can’t believe’ how his life has been ‘turned upside down.” The source also added, “Meghan forced him to ditch his family, friends, and country to chase her Hollywood dream — but it’s turned into his worst nightmare.” Thus, leaving Harry lost and hurt.
These reports also stated of Harry having no friends due to upbringing in the royal family is only left with Meghan’s friends from the entertainment business. Also, Meghan aiming to kickstart to career and make it big in the acting arena was woven in this story.
Well like always Gossip Cop investigated and confirmed from their sources closely connected to the couple, finally finding no truth to this fake story. The couple is currently in LA with their son Archie following social distancing rule by self-isolating themselves. ALSO READ: On Meghan Markle-Prince Harry's Wedding Anniversary The Couple Begins To Repay The Taxpayers Moolah Used In Renovating Their UK Cottage
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