Indian lawyers who believe that she had a relationship with Prince Harry, and then tried to take legal action against the dynastic head of breach of contract should marry her, reported on Tuesday.
Palwinder Kaur alleged she was contacted by the Duke of Sussex on social media and he told her he wanted to marry her, the Independent reported.
But when their marriage never took place, Kaur filed a petition to the Haryana High Court for legal action complaining that he had not fulfilled the contract.
She urged the court to order the police to arrest Prince Harry, to whom they are married. “Without further delay,” the news agency reported.
Prince Harry returned to the Sparks in the UK hope to be restored from the royal source said: ̵6;FINGERS CROSSED’.
The loving woman also claimed she sent a message to Prince Charles informing him of her son’s engagement to her.
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The plea, however, was rejected by Judge Arwind Singh Sangwan, who called the woman’s tale “There is simply nothing fantasized about marrying Prince Harry.”
The court found that “Prince Harry” of her work from an Internet cafe in a village in the northern state of Punjab.
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He was likely “looking for greener pastures for himself” and his contact appears to be a fishing program, according to the court.
The real Duke of Sussex, 36, has been married to Meghan Markle since May 2018.
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