Prince Harry slams the ‘exploitation’ and ‘bribery’ within UK media

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Prince Harry is taking aim at the British media, claiming it’s his duty to uncover the “exploitation” and “bribery” that allegedly occurs within the system.

Throughout the first three episodes of Netflix’s “Harry & Meghan” docuseries, the couple slam the paparazzi’s constant harassment, with the Duke of Sussex claiming that being swarmed by cameras make up most of his early memories.

“Paparazzi used to harass us to the point where we had to be forced into smiling and answering questions to their traveling press pack,” Harry said, “And that made me feel really uncomfortable from the get-go.”

He added that he was always advised not to react to cameras and never “feed into it.”

And while the press were allegedly supposed to give him and his brother Prince William privacy while attending school, it never worked and there was always photographers.


Harry said most of his earliest memories were of being swarmed by the media.

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Harry said most of his earliest memories were of being swarmed by the media.

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Prince Harry compares Meghan Markle's 'compassion,' 'warmth' to mom Princess Diana

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