From April 6, he will have four weeks to indicate whether he is going to the coronation of King Charles III.
Prince Harry has indeed been asked to notify the British Home Office 28 days in advance if he intends to visit the United Kingdom, the
revealed on Saturday March 18.
A period that will allow the authorities to study requests relating to the safety of the Duke of Sussex on English territory, and to assess their real necessity.
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A different “degree” of protection
For his part, the husband of Meghan Markle would have expressed his disapproval.
The father of Archie and Lilibet would have protested to the committee responsible for the security of the royal family.
In particular, he would have asked the latter to give him the example of a single person who would be subjected to the same threats as him, and would not have benefited from any protection after having renounced his official obligations.
Understood: no one has ever been treated the same way as him.
Recently, the son of Charles III was indeed warned that he would no longer be given the “same degree” of protection as when he lived in the United Kingdom.
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A (new) lawsuit against the publisher of the
The only downside, in April 2020 – three months after the “Megxit” – Prince Harry had written a letter to Sir Edward Young, the private secretary of Elizabeth II, to inform him that he and Meghan Markle “could not pay for their own safety until they get their money'.
A letter whose content was revealed in court, as part of the legal proceedings initiated by the Duke of Sussex against the publisher of the
, for the article with the very long title as is customary on the sites of the tabloids : “How Prince Harry tried to hide his legal battle with the government, over the bodyguards mobilized by the police… and how, just minutes after the story was made public, his communications team tried to restore its image in the context of this conflict".
In January 2022, a spokesperson thus indicated that Prince Harry refused to return to the family in the United Kingdom in “the absence of protection”, because his children would be subjected to threats there.
It remains to be seen whether he will still choose to attend the coronation of his father, King Charles III.