Saturday 18 August 2018

Meghan Mania will make or break Harry's love match

She's an actress used to attention, but Meghan Markle hasn't felt the royal heat yet

Surfing the wave: Harry and Meghan are already hugely popular as a couple and will become a favourite target of the paparazzi before they marry at Windsor Castle next May, with the American's beauty an echo of Princess Diana's Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire
Surfing the wave: Harry and Meghan are already hugely popular as a couple and will become a favourite target of the paparazzi before they marry at Windsor Castle next May, with the American's beauty an echo of Princess Diana's Photo: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Sarah Caden

Last Tuesday, the day after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement, Pat Kenny had paparazzo George Bamby on his Newstalk radio show.

Bamby talked about Harry as one of the most eligible young men in the world and Meghan as a stunning actress, and basically summed up their synergy as a paparazzi dream. If you're a paparazzo, that is. If you happen to be the happy couple, however, he spelt out a nightmare.

"Harry and Meghan will not be able to walk out the front door without a photographer being there," Bamby said. "That is a fact." And it got worse.

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