November 28, 2022
Prince Harry threatens to sue the British government and demands security

Prince Harry threatens to sue the British government and demands security

After his resignation from the British royal family, Prince Harry threatens to sue the British government. The Duke of Sussex has sent an extrajudicial notice asking the government to make state agents available to protect him, his wife and their children when they are in the UK.

According to the document, the prince does not feel safe on British soil. Diana’s son believed that the private security guards could not access information from official intelligence agencies, and this would hamper their work in keeping him and his family safe.

Harry and Meghan Markle have very low popularity in the UK and receive hundreds of threats every day. The order reads, “Without this protection, Harry cannot go home.”

The prince lost the right to be accompanied by British police officers after he moved to the United States and stopped working with the royal family. This is the first time that a relative of the King has sued the English government. The Duke of Sussex’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, is the head of state.

According to the Daily Mail, Queen Elizabeth has already been notified of her grandson’s intentions. The English government pays for the security of the King and the families of the immediate heirs to the throne, currently Prince Charles and Prince William. Other relatives can only accompany police officers when they are on an official occasion.

In January 2020, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle decided to give up money they had received from the state to live a private life in the United States. By their decision, they gave up their titles, royal homes and public safety.

The couple decided to stop working with the family after experiencing racism from relatives and palace staff. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed that a relative has commented on the skin tone of the Archie couple’s little maiden.

They also accused the family of refusing to treat Megan, who was depressed and had suicidal thoughts.