Prince Harry and Meghan Markle affair rumors are making headlines with reports of a secret LA catch-up and dinner between them. Harry and Margot have known each other for a long time even before the Duke of Sussex married Meghan Markle.
It is reported by New Idea that Prince and Robbie are secretly meeting in Los Angeles and keeping it low to avoid any kind of troubles with their parents as they are both married. Harry and Margot are having gossips over dinner and it is easier for them to sneak out in LA compared to London or Australia. Here are more details on Prince Harry, Meghan Markle affair rumors and the possible truth behind the reports.
Prince Harry and Margot Robbie are Secretly meeting in Los Angeles
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have both newly moved to Los Angeles and are having a tough time adjusting to the new city. Margot and Harry have met several times before in parties and London, and they always enjoyed each other’s company. Robbie is currently living with Tom Ackerley in her LA estate, where the royal couple has also moved in the US earlier this year.
It is rumored that Harry is not very happy with the controlling nature of Meghan Markle and always looks disinterested. The same can be said for Margot, who is having a rough marriage with Ackerley. It is why Margot Robbie and Prince Harry are secretly meeting in Los Angeles over dinner to escape from their life and feel good with each other.
Prince Harry, Margot Robbie Affair Rumors and Real Truth
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle affair rumors have not been confirmed as things are not as simple as they appear. Margot responded to the reports and said she would love to have the royals to have dinner at her house. The Suicide Squad actress also adds that Harry and she can relate to moving to Los Angeles.
But the secret catch-up and dinner rumors were denied as it would create a lot of problems for them. There are also Prince Harry and Meghan Markle divorce rumors floating around, along with Margot Robbie having an affair with several Hollywood superstars.