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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'shocked' by 'hurtful' reaction to 'catastrophic' car chase

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are 'shocked' by 'hurtful' public reaction to their 'near-catastrophic' car chase amid claims they 'exaggerated' the story, according to reports.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed they were involved in a two hour car chase, alongside Meghan's mother Gloria Ragland, with the paparazzi after leaving the Women of Vision Awards on May 16.

A spokesperson for the couple said there were "multiple near collisions" which also put members of the public in "jeopardy" and described paparazzi as "highly aggressive".Since releasing their statement, the couple have been accused of exaggerating their version of events as a royal source says they have been 'shocked' by the 'hurtful' commentary.A source told Us Weekly: “They insist their account of the car chase was absolutely not exaggerated, and for people to say otherwise is so hurtful and out of line."“As far as staying out of sight and being scared to show their faces, that’s not going to happen,” the source told the outlet. “[This has] just strengthened their resolve to keep standing up for themselves and speaking out when they feel wronged.”Following their own encounter with photographers, a source told the publication that Harry and Meghan “were terrified throughout the whole ordeal.”The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s publicist defiantly denied claims that the chase was exaggerated for publicity.

Publicist Ashley Hansen told Page Six said: “Respectfully, considering the duke’s family history, one would have to think nothing of the couple or anybody associated with them to believe this was any sort of PR stunt.She added: “Quite frankly, I think that’s abhorrent.”CNN reported that royal security detail Chris Sanchez said Harry and Meghan were

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