'Grow Up!': Megyn Kelly Blasts Harry and Meghan's 'Near Catastrophic' Paparazzi Chase


Megyn Kelly is calling foul in response to Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s account of a “near catastrophic” high-speed Manhattan car chase.

The dissident royals claimed that they had been pursued by “highly aggressive paparazzi” in the chase on Tuesday night, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.

A representative for the couple claimed that a group of 12 paparazzi tailed their SUV after they left the Women of Vision Awards in Manhattan with Meghan’s mother.

“This relentless pursuit, lasting over two hours, resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers on the road, pedestrians and two NYPD officers.”

However, one witness account suggests a different story.

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A taxi driver who transported the royal couple rejected the description of the “chase” as “catastrophic,” according to Sky News.

The cabbie admitted that the royals seemed “nervous,” while describing their account of a dangerous chase as “exaggerated.”

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Kelly pointed out the inconsistencies of the Sussex’s story in a Wednesday segment of “The Megyn Kelly Show” — questioning how it’d even be possible for a two-hour car chase to occur in urban Manhattan.

“Were they going to the Hamptons? Was it an emergency car race to the Hamptons?”

“Because that’s the only place that takes two hours… on a Tuesday night.”

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“Welcome to being a public figure! Grow up.”

Even New York City Mayor Eric Adams expressed skepticism that the Sussexes were chased by media hounds for two hours.

The Sussexs have long complained of what they claim is excessive media scrutiny of the couple.

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