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“They are taking each week as it comes and just enjoying each other’s company but it’s fair to say that they love seeing each other and there’s a definite chemistry between them,” the insider said.“Harry has been desperate to keep the relationship quiet because he doesn’t want to scare Meghan off. “He’s happier than he’s been for many years,” a source told the British newspaper.Although the source says the couple is taking the relationship slowly, Harry is said to be “besotted” with the brunette beauty.And “he was always dressed up, always, always,” she said, even if they were just going to the drive-through at Dairy Queen. Hill said that Prince had never revealed to her that he was in pain, after decades of high-wattage performance and hip surgery.“I only know what everyone knows about his pain — I read about it,” she said. Never said anything, that this is hurting, never a sign of struggle.Marcus Anderson, a horn player for Prince who also backed Ms. That’s why it’s all very shocking.”Prince had a reputation for clean living, largely followed a vegan diet and frowned on musicians who worked with him using any recreational drugs.“Thankfully, I happened to be looking into his face,” she said. “We knew it was only a matter of time; we had to get down,” Ms. “We didn’t have anything on the plane to help him.”Ms.Hill was “very freaked out,” she said, as they kept trying to wake him, shaking him and calling his name, while the plane descended.
By chance, he saw the interview and called her up, soon inviting her to jam at Paisley Park.
by Melena Ryzik, reposted from New York times (here)LOS ANGELES — It’s the moment that Judith Hill has been replaying in her mind for the last two months: She was sitting on a plane with a man she loved, talking, having dinner, when suddenly he lost consciousness. Only one other passenger was on the private jet, Prince’s longtime friend and aide Kirk Johnson.
Hill, 32, recalled in an interview here, speaking for the first time about her presence on the April 15 flight from Atlanta, after Prince’s two shows there.
He co-produced her 2015 debut album, “Back in Time”; advised her as she disentangled herself from a major-label record contract; and was helping plan her tour. Hill to an audience at a private Paisley Park event in March 2015, he announced: “Ask your questions now.
She’s going to be a superstar, and you won’t be able to talk to her,” according to The Star Tribune.
Hill, said Prince had held her musical sensibilities in uniquely high esteem. She would come into the recording studio and make suggestions, which were often heeded. But other friends have acknowledged that Prince apparently became dependent on painkillers.