Meghan Markle, the Climate Champion, Nabbed by Video in a Private Jet Flying Between CA and Indy

Meghan Markle made a quick journey from her house in Montecito, CA, to Indianapolis on Tuesday night to address a women's group regarding “women's empowerment and supporting young girls.” It's excellent that her talk wasn't focused on a different issue on which she and her husband Harry “Mountbatten-Windsor” often concentrate (no, not the issue of racism): climate change. The fact is, Markle was captured on film taking off in a private jet from the Indianapolis International Airport shortly after her speech was over.

The video, which was uploaded by Backgrid, was shot at the Indianapolis Colts' private hangar at the airport, where the plane was waiting. As Meghan enters the frame, she holds up one arm to shield her face.

From Outkick: “As one would expect from someone who managed to become persona non grata with the Royal Family, Markle showed up just 20 minutes before the start of the event.

“Once she was there, Markle was guarded by an enormous security team, and no media was allowed at the event.” 

Flight Aware records show that Markle's plane—a chartered Gulfstream 4—landed at 4:40 PM. One has to wonder what she was up to during all the time between her landing and the event. The plane carrying her entourage returned to the skies at 9:17 PM, meaning she wouldn't have been able to mingle in the crowd for long.

In December 2021, Harry and Meghan posted an announcement on their website stating that they would be “net zero” by 2030:

“As global leaders convene for COP26 to commit to solutions for our climate crisis, all of us at Archewell, led by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, share our pledge towards a more sustainable future by becoming net zero by 2030.

“Achieving net zero carbon emissions means making a series of choices over time to make that footprint as small as possible, while compensating for any remaining emissions through high-quality carbon removal projects.”

How exactly can one “compensate” for a 3,800-nautical-mile flight that didn't need to be made? Additionally, what about the 170-mile round trip that the plane was required to make empty between Van Nuys Airport, north of Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara International? Could Meghan not have piled her crew into a Suburban and driven to Santa Barbara International, then left her car at the hangar?

In the meantime, Prince William and Princess Catherine arrived at Boston’s Logan Airport Wednesday morning, having taken a commercial but much longer flight.

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