UK supermarket uses personalized ‘mystery shopper’ to create fake adultery ads

Almost one month after the British tabloids mucked up Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s baby shower by unloading a slew of unseemly items on the United Kingdom royal family, they found yet another reason to…

UK supermarket uses personalized 'mystery shopper' to create fake adultery ads

Almost one month after the British tabloids mucked up Meghan, Duchess of Sussex’s baby shower by unloading a slew of unseemly items on the United Kingdom royal family, they found yet another reason to revive the “diva” narrative.

Early Friday, U.K. supermarket chain Asda released the ad campaign that claims their customers loved how their common-sense answer to the internet’s never-ending desire to keep track of everyone’s personal lives led Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to cheat on Harry during their wedding.

Starting in May and running through June, customers were asked for their phone number and responded by informing Asda of their preferred delivery location (home or office) and adding “it’s a surprise.”

Then in June, they provided information on all of the items Meghan has bought over the years.

The supermarket turned them into an ad campaign that has already reached more than two million people.

Read the full story from Fox News.

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