Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were reportedly fearful about potentially ‘blindsiding’ the royal household, with news about their miscarriage, and hoped to avoid this upset at all costs.
This claim has been brought forward by Royally Obsessed podcast hosts, Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie. During their discussion they touched upon the duo’s fears surrounding this possibility since they had no intention of taking the Firm “by shock and surprise.”
Ms Bowie was the first to discuss her observation and was thus quoted telling listeners, “I did hear that Meghan and Harry shared the news to the Royal Family before this was published. They obviously didn’t want to blindside anyone.”
A challenging 2020 for boxing is set to end with several huge bouts in December, with one of the top picks being Errol Spence Jr.’s defense of the WBC and IBF welterweight championships against former two-weight world champion Danny Garcia in Arlington, Texas.
The undefeated champion hasn’t fought since Sept. 28, 2019, when he added the WBC edition of the title to his IBF strap by claiming a split decision over Shawn Porter, the man who beat Garcia to claim the vacant belt in 2018.
Shortly after the Porter fight, Spence was involved in a car accident which led to minor injuries and a DWI charge. He cannot wait to get back to what he does best between the ropes after the incident combined with the COVID-19 pandemic kept him away for so long.
“It means even more because I’m going up against a great champion in Danny Garcia,” Spence said. “I know people are looking out to see if I’ve lost a step or won’t be at my best, but I’m 100 percent focused and everything is on point in training camp.”
It is a main event initially set for Nov. 21 in Los Angeles, but will now take place close to the champ’s current hometown of DeSoto, Texas, with a limited number of fans allowed in for the show.