Prince Harry’s Divorce Declaration as Meghan Markle Caught Cheating and Partying with Mystery Man in Jamaica

Reports are circulating that Meghan's marriage may be in trouble as she was reportedly seen gambling and partying in Jamaica with a mystery man. There's even speculation that she might be considering leaving Harry and the kids – if these rumors are to be believed. Now, take this information with a grain of salt, but multiple sources claim that Meghan traveled to Jamaica alone before the film's premiere and experienced it without her family. Rumors suggest excessive drinking and a friendly relationship with an older man, which doesn't reflect well if it turns out to be true.

Some are even suggesting that the whole “sick kids” situation was a ruse, and that this Jamaican getaway was Meghan's chance to escape. Going to party and drink alone before a big movie premiere while your family isn't feeling well at home raises red flags, especially with rumors she's ready to end her royal experience with Harry. It appears Meghan has found a new leader in Jamaica and is ready to put the past behind her.

I can imagine her at the bar, taking “woo girl” photos, getting her groove back while Harry is at home with the “invisible” kids. Meghan seems to be the type to get loud and demanding when the tequila starts flowing, annoying the bartender with her specific drink orders. Sources say Meghan and Harry lived mostly separate lives as the public turned against them, deals dried up and Meghan was done with royal life. It makes sense that she would want to break ties and come forward, rather than suffer a declining royal status. It's clear she wants to get back to that Hollywood lifestyle, and sources suggest she's ready to improve.

I feel a little sorry for Harry; he seems genuinely invested in their relationship, but Meghan seems to be in it for the fame and fortune, looking to go from a rich Brit to an even richer man. This is a cold decision, and I hope Harry sees through it, protects himself, and gets a fair divorce settlement and child custody agreement. Let us not forget that these “invisible” children also deserve to be taken into consideration.

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