'He promised and did not marry': a girl from India demands the arrest of Prince Harry
In India, a woman believed that she was in a relationship with Prince Harry. And then she filed a lawsuit against him for breaking a promise to marry her. Writes about it Fox News.
Palvinder Kaur claimed to be contacted by the Duke of Sussex on social media and told her he wanted to marry her.
But when their royal wedding never took place, she sued for not keeping his promise.
She called on the court to instruct police to arrest Prince Harry so they can get married "without further delay."
The woman in love even claimed to have sent Prince Charles messages about his son's engagement to her.
However, this claim was rejected by Judge Arvind Singh Sangwan, who called the woman's story "nothing more than a dreamer's fantasy of marrying Prince Harry."
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The court instead found that her "Prince Harry" operated from an internet cafe in a village in northern Punjab.
Most likely, he was looking for a way to make money, and his correspondence, according to the court, turned out to be a ruse.
The real Duke of Sussex has been married to Meghan Markle since May 2018.
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