A woman from India attempted to sue Prince Harry after being duped on the internet by a fake royal who made false promises on his behalf.
Palwinder Kaur claimed to have been contacted on social media by a fictitious Duke of Sussex who made marriage promises to the lawyer, according to the Independent.
Now, Kaur has filed a complaint in the Haryana High Court, requesting legal action after the royal wedding she was promised never took place.
According to the paper, the woman contacted police, pleading with them to take Prince Harry into custody so the two could marry “as soon as possible.”
Kaur also claims to have sent Prince Charles messages about her intentions to marry his son, according to the newspaper.
However, Justice Arvind Singh Sangwan dismissed the woman’s argument, calling it “nothing more than a daydreamer’s fantasy about marrying Prince Harry.”
Furthermore, the court discovered that the person who duped her worked out of an internet café in a village in India’s northern Punjab province.
The man was probably “looking for green pastures for himself.”
The true Prince Harry, on the other hand, has been married to former actress Meghan Markle since 2018 and is expecting their second child this summer.
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