Will she never travel to the UK again?
Will Prince Harry still get police protection? An expert warns that Duchess Meghan will never travel to London again without protection.
Will Duchess Meghan (40) never return to Great Britain? The dispute between Prince Harry (37) and the British government over his no longer being granted police protection by Scotland Yard may also have an impact on his wife. At least that’s what a royal expert speculates in the British tabloid “The Sun”. The feud is at least a “very good excuse” for Meghan, according to the insider. So she doesn’t have to travel to her husband’s home country.
The background: Prince Harry is currently considering a lawsuit against the government because the Home Office no longer wants to authorize personal security after he has given up his royal duties. Harry insists on 24/7 protection, but this is reserved for key royals and government officials only. A court is now supposed to settle the dispute.
Will Prince Harry win in court?
Observers believe that Harry will not achieve the desired success with his possible lawsuit. Phil Dampier, royal biographer, suggests that if Harry wins the court, it will set a precedent that could give virtually any celebrity the right to police protection. However, the basis is a good excuse for Meghan not to have to travel with her children at the upcoming platinum anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II. Harry will probably come alone.
The Queen would be “very saddened” by the fact, according to Dampier, as she will likely never meet her granddaughter Lilibet (7 months) and Archie (2) will no longer be able to see her. But the last word has not yet been spoken. Harry’s lawyers argue that the prince is sixth in line to the throne. In addition, he and his family have been exposed to extremist threats in recent years.
Prince Harry comes without Duchess Meghan
Although the Sussexes finance a private security team, this cannot provide the security that is required. However, the expert does not fear Harry’s absence from the celebrations. When asked if he would travel home even if he lost in court, Dampier said: “He almost certainly will.” Once he was with his family, he would have the same protection as everyone else anyway. He would only be unprotected on arrival, departure and other activities far away from his family.