If she helps Meghan with the PR, she doesn’t do a good job. Oh and Anderson is also involved again.
Meghan’s ‘secret rock’: Publicist, 40, who works for David Beckham has become one of Duchess of Sussex’s ‘dearest and closest friends’
- Izzy May has quietly become the Duchess of Sussex’s closest confidante
- The two women were introduced by mutual friend Markus Anderson
- Miss May attended the Royal couple’s wedding last May with Markus Anderson
Like I said earlier, she is a publicist. Nightmare! Sara Latham is the communication for Meghan and Harry. It was said she hired a new personal assistant that was un-named.
Izzy is a So HO affiliate and David Beckham as I mentioned before is represented by Creative Artist Agency who invited Hollywood stars that had never met the bride or the groom! Lovely right! Markus sending out a reminder he is still lurking?
I know I posted about Freund before, aha I did
Freud Communications is a public relations firm based in London. It was founded in 1985 by Matthew Freud—of the Public Relations dynasty of Edward Bernays—and great-grandson of the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud). The PR firm of Edward Bernays became Britain’s largest independent consumer PR firm. The firm was bought in 1994 by another independent UK agency, Abbott Mead Vickers (AMV), in 1994 for about 10 million pounds only for Matthew Freud, together with other partners, to buy back the company in 2001, for a similar sum, when AMV was itself purchased by the US group Omnicom.
The French Publicis Groupe (the third largest communications firm in the world) acquired a 50.1% stake in Freud Communications in June, 2005. In 2006 Freud purchased advertising agency DFGW.
Freud Communications USA, which closed in February 2009, was based in New York City. The company had a turnover in 2011 of around £40million per year, a staff of more than two hundred and has been ranked by PR Week in their ranking system as 6th in the UK.
In 1999 Leapman reported in The Times that Freud Communications had offered an Internet brand management service to its clients. This would “scour the Net for references to its clients” and if they were criticised, “the agency would use rebuttal tactics to minimise the potentially negative impact of online inaccuracy“.
In 2007 PR Week ran a story documenting the use of WikiScanner to track anonymous edits and link them to organizations through their IP addresses and found that “Freud Communications’ London office was caught making Wikipedia edits on behalf of clients.”
They are dirty, got caught making Wikipedia edits on behalf of their clients! Boom! Caught, busted and how much do want to make a bet they may be behind the PR LARPing? These same people may have attacked reporters that we trust to give us the articles we need to run our blogs. Fake news people.
Let’s follow the links, shall we? conflicts of interest of Wikipedia. Thank you JKR! 🌸😎
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