A source for the couple said that Prince Harry, Meghan, and her mother were in a "nearly fatal" car race with the media.
On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were in New York for an awards event. After the ceremony, something bad happened.
In a statement, their representative said that the "relentless pursuit" went for more than two hours and led to "multiple near collisions."
The New York Police Department (NYPD) said that no one was hurt and no one was arrested.
BBC News hasn't been able to check all the facts on its own. But on Wednesday, stories and facts changed as the day went on.
The NYPD said that there was an incident involving Harry and Meghan and that a lot of reporters "made their transportation difficult."
The cops said that no one was hurt and no one was taken into custody. Buckingham Palace has not said anything as of yet.
Backgrid, a company that takes pictures of celebrities, said in a statement that it was looking into the actions of several independent shooters and that their first versions of what happened were different from those of the Sussexes.
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