Prince Harry’s Rep Denies Claims That He Has a Getaway Spot in L.A. to Escape from Meghan Markle

Head is spinning on this one.

Prince Harry at the Coronation
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The job of being the spokesperson for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could never be boring. Case in point: The rep is debunking claims today, per Page Six, that Harry has his own “hotel room that he allegedly uses to escape from wife Meghan Markle, despite a new report claiming otherwise,” the outlet reports.

“This is not true,” a rep for Harry told Page Six. (Give this person their flowers after this week. Seriously. Or, heck, their own private hotel room.) 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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Sources claimed to The Sun this weekend that Harry has a private room “set aside” in a luxury hotel near his and Meghan’s Montecito mansion for when he needs alone time. The Sun further claimed that Harry would allegedly run to his “escape place,” identified as the San Vicente Bungalows, a private members club in Los Angeles with strict rules to protect its guests, Page Six reports.

San Vicente Bungalows “prioritizes the privacy of its exclusive guests through an extensive list of safety procedures, including banning the use of cameras while inside their facilities,” the outlet reports. “The clubhouse will reportedly place stickers over phone cameras of guests upon entering. In addition to strict phone rules, guests are reportedly prohibited from discussing what they see inside the exclusive club. They are also banned from approaching other guests inside the clubhouse.”

Rachel Burchfield
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