Prince Harry: Alleged trial against Great Britain has dire consequences

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Does he have to reconcile with the family in the case of police protection?

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For spectators of the public spectacle surrounding the British royal family, Prince Harry’s supposedly planned lawsuit against the British government is perhaps just one more item on a long list of things the Duke of Sussex has to do with his dislike of his homeland. Is. For Harry himself and his family in the UK, there is much more to it.

Prince Harry, 37, stepped down as a senior member of the royal family in early 2020. A circumstance that not only benefits him and his wife, Duchess Meghan, 40, but also unfortunately brings a lot of pitfalls, as the couple only notices over time.

Prince Harry asks government for police protection

These are mainly of a financial nature, as in an interview with 67-year-old Oprah Winfrey, Harry and Meghan complained that security had been taken away from them following their resignations.

A point that apparently still bothers Harry, as he now seeks police protection when visiting Great Britain and is prepared to fight for it in court. A decision that brings not only legal but also family drama, says The Telegraph columnist Claire Cohen now on the “Evening Standard.”

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan

The trial could mean the end of the royal family

In her opinion, Harry deliberately took the risk that a trial against the government would also mean a trial against his family and could ultimately destroy the prospect of reconciliation.

“Even from his villa in Montecito, Harry needs to understand that this standoff means that his grandmother, the Queen, may never meet her seven-month-old daughter, Lillibet. What also needs to be understood is that this recent outburst – on the same topic they have already fallen on – will only further damage her already fragile relationship with Prince Charles. That he does it anyway shows that he is indeed How betrayed and abandoned.”

Sources used: standard.co.uk, dailymail.co.uk

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