JILL LAWLESS and DANICA KIRKA Associated Press The relationship between Britain's royals and the media is awkward, mistrustful — and seemingly inescapable. But now Meghan and Harry want out. After years of growing tension with the press, the prince and his wife have announced plans to quit their senior royal duties, move part-time to North America, seek financial independence and withdraw from regular media scrutiny. The couple — who have complained of intrusive media coverage and accused some British media commentators of racism — slammed the country's long-standing arrangements for royal media coverage, saying they prefer to communicate directly with the public through social media. The British press was stung by the snub, reacting Thursday with articles, columns and editoria
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