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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry split up; Tourist attractions were criticized by the ridiculous movement

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The separation of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry from the royal house created a stir. And a popular tourist attraction would have tried to capitalize on it. But it seems that the move was counterproductive.

Allegedly, Madame Tussauds has failed with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's "Split Royal Advertising Poyle" commentators who quickly criticized the decision to separate the royal couple.

Meghan Markle's model in Madame Tussauds has moved away from her husband, Prince Harry, and is now with top celebrities and models. However, Madame Tussaud's decision was criticized and called a "publicity stunt". Speaking to the news reporter, Sunrise Australia, Kathy Lippery, she insisted that Meghan's model should remain in the actual segment.

We say, what does Madame Tussaud hope to achieve by moving some statues? It is not that Meghan Markle's husband had any sense of being away. Or could it be that the establishment is planning to sow the seeds of controversy where there is none so that they can get more foot traffic? It certainly looks like the latter.

At the start of the debate, reporter Cath Weber said: "Anyone studying public relations or marketing should pay attention. It's a great publicity stunt ....." By the time he met Prince Harry and me, He was not a wax person. Definitely committed to the chase. "

This is a difficult observation, but not far from the truth. Commenting on what Meghan knew before Harry became a partner, Lipri immediately said: "No, nobody knew her, she was in Deal or No Deal, for God's sake, opening a suitcase." The suits were more or less.

After joining the Royal family and separating her from the family, Meghan Markle's celebrity status once again skyrocketed, which was not so well done for Madame Tussauds.