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Princess Diana’s ex-bodyguard defends Meghan Markle over Wimbledon photo ban

Now Wednesday, 10 July 2019
*Ken Wharfe said Meghan’s protection officer is far more likely to blame for the furore*

Princess Diana’s ex-bodyguard has defended Meghan Markle after she came under fire for instructing people to not take photos of …Continue reading »

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