August 16, 2022


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Prince Harry is expensive for the British: this crazy amount that scares people…

Prince Harry is fighting a legal battle to get his bodyguards back during his trip to England. According to The Sun, the bill for the legal proceedings is €120,000 for taxpayers.

Prince Harry is unmoved: his infamy legitimizes security Where he is in England. Since leaving the royal family of England, Elizabeth II’s grandson renounced his royal titles and royal titles, including those of his bodyguards. Believing that he should enjoy security, the concerned person undertook In legal proceedings In order to benefit London Police Department, the administrator refuses. According to calculations the sunThe impasse in court has cost public funds over €120,000 from the Ministry of the Interior.

In This dispute with the Home Office, Prince Harry has won the first battle. A judge allowed it Judicial review of government decision To prevent him from getting protection British Police Services. This means the trial will actually take place in court, which could escalate General Bill for Administrative Expenses. “The Exchequer shall not bear the cost of the prosecution and the claim which should not have been brought”Let it be known Ministry of Home AffairsAccording to published reports the sun.

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Breaches in Meghan and Harry’s security

Prince Harry and Meghan, who now live in California, are paying out of pocket their own safety Across the Atlantic. But According to Prince Charles’ youngest son, his visits to the United Kingdom would endanger the lives of his wife or their children. The Duke of Sussex also says he is willing to pay for his own defense so as not to weigh on the public purse. As stated therein the sun, Parents of Archie and Lilibet He will suffer Many security flaws Based on their Montecito property. Santa Barbara police have reportedly been contacted several times over reports of trespassing in recent months.

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