A few words that add fuel to the fire? After the publication of Prince Harry’s Memoirs,The Substituteanother book about the royal family promises to shake the walls of Buckingham:Endgame,by journalist Omid Scobie, published in France on December 1 under the titleEnd of reign. While an extract from the Dutch version of the said work has already caused a lot of ink to flow by reviving the subject of a conversation on skin color of Archie, the son of the Sussexes, another passage is now on everyone’s lips, as reported byDaily Express.
According to the author, Meghan Markle’s husband would have been “surprised” By his fatherKing Charles III, after he had chosen to spend 3 million pounds to ensure the safety of Prince Andrew, although deprived of any financial assistance from the Crown. “Charles even takes charge the seven-figure annual bill for his private securitywhich surprised Prince Harry after Charles had no problem in deprive of any financial assistance and any paid protection when he stepped away from his royal role”, we can read. As a reminder, Prince Harry and his wife had their security service financed by the British taxpayer withdrawn when they decided to give up their royal duties in 2020 to go into exile in the United States. A treatment also reserved for Prince Andrew, who lost his predicate of Royal Highness and his honorary military ranks following the Jeffrey Epstein affair.
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Since 2020, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have financed themselves their private security service across the Atlantic and during their visits to the United Kingdom. A situation contested on multiple occasions by the couple. “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex personally fund a private security team for their family, but that security can’t replicate necessary police protection when in the UK”, indicated the legal representative of Prince William’s brother to theSunlast spring. Thus, the father of Archie and Lilibet had decided to file a complaint against the Office of the Interior (Ministry of the Interior), at the origin of this decision. However, last May, in a judgment rendered at the end of a day of hearing, a judge of the High Court of Justice considered that the younger brother of Charles III could not challenge the prior decision preventing him from financing his own police protection during his trips to England.
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