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Meghan Markle: ‘She’s being harassed’: Meghan ‘breaks rule’ by carrying dog in California market, netizens react – Times of India


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Meghan Markle was recently snapped at the Montecito Farmers Market without Prince Harry, but with one of her beloved beagles.
The former actress, dressed in a white unbuttoned collared shirt over a camel-colored maxi dress, black flip flops, and sunglasses, moved from tent to tent browsing various collections of things.
During the outing, the Duchess of Sussex, who lives in Santa Barbara with her husband Harry and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, allegedly disobeyed a law at this local market.

In visuals shared exclusively by Daily Mail, there is a sign at the market that reads: “NO DOGS ALLOWED with the exception of recognized service animals… we thank you for your understanding and cooperation.”
A question on the market’s Yelp page asks, “Is it dog friendly?” A response to the question says: “No dogs allowed, except service animals. There are signs at every entrance.”

However, few on Twitter, reportedly dismissed that there was any such rule in place and accused the British media of harassing Meghan incessantly.

However, others mocked and criticized Meghan badly for this fiasco.

Times of India couldn’t independently verify if this is a rule that the market has, and if it was in place when Meghan attended.
Despite the unproven violation, the former actress appeared at ease as she browsed the market stalls, sampling the local honey and picking up some flowers.
Meghan went almost unnoticed by locals as she visited different market stalls and picked up a bouquet of fresh flowers, which she placed in her straw bag before continuing her shopping.
For the unversed, The Montecito Farmers Market is close to Meghan and Harry’s $14.7 million property in the California town, which is adjacent to Santa Barbara and around two hours from Los Angeles. Meghan and Harry bought the house in an off-market transaction in the summer of 2020, after stepping down as senior royals in London and living in Victoria, British Columbia for a short time.


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