Prince Harry blames press for losing Chelsy Davy’s love
Who got away?
Prince Harry is blaming the “eyes of the tabloids” for the end of his Chelsy Davy romance more than a decade ago.
According to written testimony filed Tuesday at the High Court in London, the 38-year-old Duke of Sussex called the UK papers a “key factor” in his split from the Zimbabwean-born businesswoman.
According to Harry, the couple met in early 2004, and On and off date By mid-2010.
Harry said in a written statement: “While we were together, Chelsy and I often lived in different countries, our relationship was long-term, so we relied heavily on communicating by phone. ,” Harry said in a written statement. Retrieved by The New York Times.
He continued: “We, naturally, talked about all kinds of personal matters, including all aspects of our relationship, and it was often via voicemail. As my girlfriend, I kept the most personal information on Chelsea and this. Relied on the contrary.
The Post has contacted Harry’s representatives for comment.
The red-headed Royal Mirror Group is suing Newspapers Unlimited Allegedly hacking his phone and using “illegal interception of voicemail messages” to obtain information for its news stories for more than a decade, beginning in the 1990s.
Harry claims that the former couple’s phone conversation was not made with a source.
“So how could the defense reporters know about it?” he asked in his statement.
One story involved Davey “tonguing the phone” to flirt with another woman at a party, while another had “an emotional phone call” about a trial breakup.
He said details of the vacation had also been leaked, prompting journalists and photographers to leave before they arrived at their hotel on the coast of Mozambique.
He also admitted that the ex-couple had reduced their circle of trusted friends as a result of these revelations.
“Whenever these kinds of stories came to light, our relationship was strained, we began to believe everyone around us,” he wrote.
But one of the publisher’s lawyers, Andrew Green, argued in court that “there was no need for Daily Mirror journalists to use illegal means” because other outlets had published information about Harry.
For his part, Harry married the former “Suits” actress Meghan Markle41, in 2018. They left the royal family in January 2020 and now live in California with their two children: Archie, 4, and Lilybet, 2.
Davy, 37, and hotelier Sam Cutmore-Scott welcomed their son, Leo, in early 2022. They married later that year.