This is the only time I’ve seen Harry with shorts on in Africa; I keep up with all things Harry for the last three years.
There is something that bugs me about this picture and before you start screaming at me, look at all the evidence. August 2016 Meghan was on a perpetual girls trip; there were rumors she did meet him in Africa. However, she was still living with Corey at the time and stayed in touch with him.
Cara and Margot Robbie said at the premiers of Suicide Squad in August 2016 that Harry was quick to text.
Please keep in mind that Harry invited many girls to come and visit him in Africa. Meghan is not the kind of girl to get down and dirty in a field. Maybe a hotel room but not a field.
I used Forensically, free online https://29a.ch/photo-forensics/#clone-detection
It is a wonderful tool, easy to use. There are standard filters that Instagram uses but there been some work done; it’s really good this time.
Meghan has the same problem that other light skin people get, we get blotchy in the sun.
I hope you all can see this, if someone could please enlarge this for me I’d be grateful.
One more thing, why didn’t she release them earlier unless they were the ones she had left in 2017
It sounds like Harry is being sent alone to do non-glamorous work trips. This is punishment for him and Meghan (no publicity for her), and it is an attempt for Harry to save face as a serious senior royal. They are trying to salvage his pr again.
That’s Royalty, it won’t always be glamorous, that’s what Harry was looking for in a wife…
A great photo. The Duke of Cambridge, our future sovereign, sitting on the ground eating a ration pack with fellow soldiers while chatting to the Chief of the General Staff, the head of the Army. Down to earth, genuine, natural.
Nothing beats being a soldier. pic.twitter.com/JwQ4gCBtsv
— Paul Harkness (@Harkness_PK) October 1, 2018
William talks to Kenya’s Defence Cabinet Secretary
Omamo as British High Commissioner to Kenya, Nic Hailey, looks on.
Prince William © talks with Irish Soldiers during his visit to the 1st Battalion the Irish Guards Battle group.