- Meghan Markle's Wikipedia page was modified before she and Prince Harry announced their royal romance
- The Duchess & # 39; updated Wikipedia page dropped her modeling jobs to promote her charity efforts instead
- Prince Harry and Markle still struggling with privacy issues after moving to Los Angeles
Meghan Markle's page on Wikipedia was changed before her royal romance with Prince Harry became public.
Markle and Prince Harry's dating status was confirmed in 2016. According to Page Six, drastic changes were made to Markle's Wikipedia page before she and Prince Harry announced their relationship.
There were a lot of activities on October 9, 201
According to the outlet, the first change was to scrub Markle's mention as "the model that kept Case # 24 about the American version of the video game show" Deal or No Deal. & # 39; "
After 10 minutes, a new change was made to the page, replacing the description" fashion model, speech model "to" Activist, humanitarian. "
" Markle is actively involved in the socio-political arena. She has also worked with the United Nations Women, where she presented as a lawyer at the UN Headquarters for the HeforShe Gender Equality Campaign in September 2014, "the new entry was read.
" Meghan has also been a panelist on the acclaimed list of speakers for One Young World (Dublin, 2014), and traveled to Afghanistan with the Joint Chief of Staff on a USO tour in December 2014. "
All changes were made from an anonymous IP associated with a Los Angeles PR company, but without known connection to Markle, The Tel reported egraph.The extract speculated that the changes were made by the Duchess' friends who were aware at the time that she was in the process of announcing her royal romance in public.
In related news, Prince Harry has and Markle already moved to the US after completing their final royal engagement, however, they still struggle with privacy issues because they are not well protected in the US
In the UK nia, the palace and the press have an agreement not to use paparazzi pictures when the royals enjoy private time. However, no such agreement exists between Sussexes and the media in the United States
Only recently did Sussexes file an invasion of privacy lawsuits after photos of them with their son in their yard leaked. However, the defendants were not named because the couple could not identify who took the photos. They believe that the unauthorized snapshots were taken using drones and telecommunications objects.