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Woman In India Appeals To Court Saying Prince Harry ‘Promised To Marry Her’

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Woman In India Appeals To Court Saying Prince Harry ‘Promised To Marry Her’

A woman in India who appears to have been catfished by someone pretending to be Prince Harry launched a legal bid against the prince for not honouring a promise she alleges he made to marry her.

Yep, there's quite a lot to unpack here - so let's work through this together.

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Petitioner Palwinder Kaur claims she has been involved with an email exchange with Prince Harry; although Punjab and Haryana High Court court reckon it's most likely a scammer working from a cyber café in the country.

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But Kaur is adamant she's been speaking to the legit Duke of Sussex, who is currently expecting his second child with wife Meghan. So much so, she attempted to file an arrest warrant so that the pair could get hitched as soon as possible.

She even sent messages to Prince Charles to tell him of his son's upcoming nuptials.

The case document read: "Prayer in this petition filed by the petitioner, who is an advocate is appearing in person, is to take legal action against Prince Harry Middleton son of Prince Charles Middleton resident of the United Kingdom and to direct the United Kingdom Police Cell to take action against him, as, despite a promise to marry the petitioner, the said promise has not been fulfilled.

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Credit: Punjab and Haryana High Court
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Credit: Punjab and Haryana High Court
Credit: Punjab and Haryana High Court

"It is also prayed that arrest warrants be issued against him so that no further delay occurs in the marriage."

Kaur's plea was dismissed by Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan, who said: "This petition is nothing, but just a daydreamer's fantasy about marrying Prince Harry."

He also noted that the petition was 'poorly drafted' and littered with linguistic errors.

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Ouch - talk about kicking someone when they're down.

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The court also said that there are tons of fake social media profiles out there so the 'authenticity of such conversations cannot be relied upon by this court'.

Amangurbir Singh Dhillon, an advocate of the Punjab and Haryana High Court in Chandigarh, told The Independent: "Love is blind and in this case, it went a step further.

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"The woman was so blind in love that the high court had to put some light into it and give her some clarity."

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Topics: Weird, Royal Family

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