While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle formally stepped down as senior royals in March this year, they have constantly been in the headlines as they adjusted to their new life. Recently, Meghan Markle wrote an op-ed wherein she opened up about her experience going through a miscarriage this year. The article was titled ‘The Losses We Share’ for the New York Times. Now, a report claimed that Prince Harry is heading off to rehab and is being urged by his friends to go to cope with the pressure he has been under after the news of Meghan’s miscarriage became public.
A report in New Idea claims that Harry’s friends are urging him to take a ‘much-needed break’ and that he is being asked to head to a health retreat to help him ‘cope with the intense pressure he has been under’ after Meghan’s miscarriage news. It claimed that Prince Harry needs a break from things after Meghan’s op-ed, the Coronavirus pandemic, and other things. The tabloid also further spoke to a doctor who suggested that Prince Harry may be suffering from PTSD caused by his mother’s death.
However, Gossip Cop has claimed that this report by New Idea is completely bogus. It stated that the cover of New Idea reads, “rehab shock” and shows a picture of Prince Harry in the backseat of the car, suggesting that he is heading to rehab. However, the article then states that Prince Harry’s friends are urging him to go to a health retreat. Gossip Cop states that the cover photo used by New Idea is actually from June 2017 from when he arrived at the Sydney Airport.
Gossip Cop further states that the report quotes a medical professional who has never treated Prince Harry, and therefore it shouldn’t be believed. Further, Gossip Cop concludes that Prince Harry has not gone to rehab, a wellness center or any other facility, and that the report of him heading there is completely false. ALSO READ: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Way Of Doing Things Is Weakening Their Bond With The Royal Family
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