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Inside the mysterious changes to Meghan Markle’s Wikipedia page

At first it was thought that at the request of her friends, a PR firm made changes to Meghan Markle’s Wikipedia page in 2016, when news that she was dating Prince Harry was due to come out (via Marie Claire ). In 2020, all Page Six reported was that an IP address behind the changes had been linked to an anonymous source.

But Tom Bower’s biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex offers a new theory about the changes to his page and claims they weren’t so anonymous. Its juicy tome, “Revenge: Meghan, Harry, and the War Between the Windsors,” includes several anecdotes that cast a rather unfavorable light on Meghan, to be fair. The British journalist argues that it was Meghan who made Kate Middleton cry just before her wedding – although Meghan claimed it was the other way around during her infamous Oprah Winfrey interview.

Bower also writes in her book that Meghan was not a hit with Harry’s school friends, with the prince’s longtime pals finding her uptight and humorless. And in another unflattering account from the mother-of-two, the book claims it was actually Meghan herself who worked to have her Wikipedia page reworked to hide details of her past which she wasn’t particularly fond of. happy, and spotlighting her the royal family might find more to their liking.

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