“Just Call Us Meghan & Harry” – Unless It’s a Job Offer, Of Course!

  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry recently made the headlines during a charity food run.
  • Many have seen the outing as a publicity stunt. It’s hard to argue.
  • During the run, the couple asked people to “just call us Meghan and Harry.”

After what seems like a lifetime since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left Vancouver Island for Los Angeles, the couple finally stepped out in public to make a U.S. debut that they would never have imagined a few short months ago.

No doubt such a moment would have involved a red carpet, a swanky event, and a lot of press in Meghan’s mind.

Still, in times like these, you have to work with what you have.

There’s talk of Project Angel Food Run being a PR Stunt

Yes, there’s been some rumors suggesting that the charity meal run that both Meghan and Harry took part in was nothing short of a publicity stunt.

That remains open to discussion, but what cannot be denied is that Project Angel Food is a good cause, especially during these trying times.

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One of Meghan’s friends commented to the Daily mail:

Meghan and Harry were really down-to-earth. Meghan had been looking for an organization to get behind and says Project Angel Food is the perfect fit. She plans on volunteering much more with Harry.

Why Project Angel Food is the “perfect fit” is a discussion for another day.

“Just call us Harry and Meghan,” Claims Meghan Markle & Prince Harry

While I can appreciate a more down-to-earth tone when dealing with the public, the truth is that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don’t want to be known simply as “Harry and Meghan.”

“Harry and Meghan” aren’t what the large financial institutions are looking for when they’re handing over large sums for speeches. It’s not what Disney+ wanted for the title on their documentary.

It’s the royal connection.

Honesty, People Want More than a Calculated PR Stunt

I’ve been critical of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s PR team in the past. The leaked footage and…

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