NYC Mayor Finds It ‘Hard To Believe’ Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Had A 2-Hour High Speed Chase

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry say they were involved in a “near-catastrophic” paparazzi chase following the Women of Vision Awards in New York City on Tuesday night. New York City mayor Eric Adams, who was set to be debriefed in full later on Wednesday, issued initial public remarks on the ordeal. “The briefing I received, two of our officers could have been injured. New York City is different from small towns somewhere, you shouldn’t be speeding anywhere but this is a densely populated city and I think all of us, I don’t think there’s many of us who don’t recall how [Harry’s] mom died and it would be horrific to lose an innocent bystander during a chase like this and something to have happened to them as well. So, I think we have to be extremely responsible. I thought that was a bit reckless and irresponsible,” Adams said in part. The mayor went on to note that he found it “hard to believe” that the ordeal lasted two hours at high speeds, and explained that even a 10-minute chase is extremely dangerous in an area as condensed as Manhattan.