Prince Harry Doesn't Feel Safe Bringing Children to U.K.
Prince Harry My Kids Aren't Safe in the U.K.!!!
2/18/2022 9:20 AM PT
Prince Harry is putting his children's security first, saying he doesn't feel safe bringing them to the U.K. because they won't get the kind of protection he had before leaving his royal duties.
The Duke of Sussex's attorney, Shaheed Fatima, repped him Friday morning in the High Court in London during a hearing to reinstate Harry's family's protection. She expressed Harry's concern that the security arrangement put in place when he and Meghan Markle left the royal family in 2020 is inadequate for Archie and Lilibet.
When they removed themselves, the family lost their public-funded protection in the U.K ... and have paid out of pocket for their security while in America.
However, they were also told they couldn't buy British police protection with their own money.
Harry now fears his children won't be safe in the place he calls home. His lawyer added, "It should go without saying that he wants to come back: to see family and friends and to continue to support the charities that are so close to his heart."
Harry and Meghan have recently been raking in the cash ... an estimated $100 million deal with Netflix, and a deal with Spotify for somewhere north of $25 million. So, with all that revenue, why not use it to buy a private security force?
One downside of that option would be the lack of government intelligence ... which the U.K. police could offer.
After a sketchy incident went down with Harry last July -- getting chased by photographers while driving through the streets of London -- he began the process of trying to get a legal review of his security arrangements.
For now, though, Queen Elizabeth's great-grandkids won't be coming to Buckingham Palace to see her.