The safety of Prince Harry and his kin is increasingly threatened by “far right extremists and terrorists” within the UK, raising potential public interest and empathy for his ongoing quest for security, according to the insights of a royal commentator.

The Duke of Sussex successfully gained the opportunity to contest the High Court’s decision regarding his right to protective services while on British soil, as each case is judged independently. Legal representatives of Harry disclosed that his appeal was allowed, prompting the Court of Appeal to allocate a date for the hearing of his case. The Home Office previously removed his automatic personal police protection when he returned to the UK in February 2020, triggering this legal response.

Prior to his decision to withdraw as a senior royal and relocate to California with Meghan Markle in 2020, Harry was accorded full taxpayer-funded security. Following his departure, it was decided in April by the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures (Ravec) that Harry’s security provision would not maintain the same level as he previously enjoyed.


Harry has had a hard time introducing Meghan to his mates
Harry and Meghan stepped back from their roles as senior working royals in 2020

Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams disclosed that Harry and his family, during their visits to the UK, including Glasgow, confront substantial threats. He is of the opinion that not only could Harry secure a favorable outcome in his legal battle, but he may also possibly stimulate public understanding of his situation, reports the Mirror.

Royal commentator Fitzwilliams discussed: “His venture to finance his extra police protection met with a certain obstacle: it would instigate a two-tier system and understandably failed in court. Nevertheless, he is troubled by the haunting memory of the incident involving his mother and potential threats from far-right extremists to him and his family. Getting full taxpayer-funded protection for those not serving as full-time working royals is likely to be challenging, but there could be some understanding in this particular circumstance for his perceived dilemma.”

“It may strategically reach a resolution that he and his kin could be accommodated under the ‘Other VIP Category’, but his appeal’s legal expenses will be hefty. Threat by far-right extremists and terrorists exist as well.”

Prince Harry will likely get sympathy from the public amid his current predicament, it has been claimed
Prince Harry could possibly gather sympathy from the public amidst his current predicament, it is suggested.

Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their notable departure from senior Royal duties in 2020 and moved to the United States, their relationship with the Royal Family has been strains of ongoing dissent.

Their jolting admissions, notably during their comprehensive interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, their published Netflix docu-series in 2022, and the heightened anticipation surrounding Harry’s memoir due to be issued in 2023, have only escalated the discontent with the monarchy.

In a prior discussion with the Mirror, Royal author and expert Tom Quinn revealed: “Throughout the years when Harry has lamented his treatment by his family, he has had a specific goal – to receive an apology and to witness his father and brother making amends. Harry remains unable to understand that airing grievances privately might bear results; exposing them publicly culminates in aggravating circumstances and, for Harry, it signifies increasing severance of ties to his past.”

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