Hidden Meaning Of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s UN PDA Display


Prince Harry’s speech at the UN on Mandela Day earlier this month was one of the rare times we’ve gotten the chance to see him and his wife Meghan MarklePublic interaction. Although the royal couple is known for their ability to attract attention, one moment of PDA was particularly memorable. We’re taking a look at how one outlet covered that moment and sharing our own thoughts on the matter. 

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s PDA On Display

Prince Harry made a series of comments during his speech to UN Mandela Day earlier in the month. He spoke out on important topics such as abortion rights and climate change that both affect his new home in the US, as well as those from all over the globe. Some people were fired up by his speech, while others focused on an offstage moment between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. 

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Markle and Harry were seen holding hands as they sat in the audience. Harry pulls his arm away from Harry, releasing their interconnected fingers. Markle puts her arm through Harry’s and wraps her hand around his with her other. It’s an innocuous moment, one of the many moments of PDA (public display of affection) between the notoriously affectionate couple, but A writer The TelegraphIt was clear that he was shocked. 

One Moment, a Different View

The short interaction was described by the author, but with more color. After describing Markle’s “grip”Harry as “the sort of double-handed grip you or I might apply to a particularly delicious bottle of rosé,”The writer continued. “All the time, her benign countenance never flinched. Harry’s jaw, though, looked clenched.”

“The arm was brutally retrieved so he could lean over and shake a delegate’s hand, at which point Meghan began rubbing his back as if he were a poorly toddler. The general mood in Team Sussex did not look, well… unified.” Well, now we know for sure that we don’t all grab bottles of rosé the same way. We’re fond of a basic one-handed grab ourselves, but to each their own.  

You can see the interaction for yourself

There’s clearly a not insignificant amount of inference from the writer, but it’s not uncommon for tabloids to take this path in their coverage of Markle. Surprisingly, this is being reported in an outlet that is more established than the other. Daily MailOr others of its ilk. Markle is accused of showing a form “performative PDA”In order to “show just how progressive and human she is.” 

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Overly personal

Further accusations against the Duchess Of Sussex are made. “manhandling her husband”In public, to the point that the author is unsure if she can keep her hands away from him when necessary. This is the worst bit. A snide comment about a woman the writer has never met, and probably will never meet. 

“…Nothing—not age, boredom, demands of young children, or globally important diplomatic settings—will prevent the Duchess of Sussex from physically expressing her affection for Harry. Whether he reciprocates it is neither here nor there. If the cameras are rolling, the hands are holding,”The author wrote that their comments on Harry and Markle were over. 

Another Royal PDA Couple

Instead, the writer shifted his attention to other types PDAs, making a comment on the “comfort PDA” shown by Harry’s father and stepmother Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles. Charles and Parker Bowles have a lot of history together, so their subconscious, familiar, and comfortable PDA behaviors have been formed over a large portion of their lives. Their 20th wedding anniversary is coming up, and the couple are in a very different relationship bracket to their son-in law and daughter-in–law. 

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The obsession the media has with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s marriage is obvious and sickening. Markle is always cast to be the villain: insecure actress determined as the one to take the blame. “wokest”Feminist on stage, willing to take advantage of her marriage and husband to make it work. Or. Could it be… that she is simply a woman who finds herself on the world stage through what we’ll call marital happenstance, with strangers watching her every movement in an effort to force her into a narrative of their choosing?

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