With the Sussexes stepping down from royal duties and turning their backs on England, they will no longer receive police protection when traveling to the UK. The Home Office had declined to provide police officers for Harry’s security, even though the prince wanted to pay for the operation himself. It is currently not possible for Prince Harry and his family to visit his homeland because it is too dangerous, his lawyer said at a court hearing in London.
Heavy criticism for Prince Harry’s decision
In mid-April, however, Prince Harry is said to be planning to fly to the Netherlands for the “Invictus Games”, a sporting event for military veterans he founded in 2014. According to the British DailyMail is said to be the royal biographer Angela Levin have now called Duchess Meghan’s husband a “child who stamps his feet” because of his decision. For them, his absence from the service would be tantamount to “blackmail.” Levin warned that Harry’s decision could also affect the British Queen, who is still “mourning the loss of her husband for 73 years” and was told of her grandson’s decision so shortly before the event.