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After losing private security, Harry must go to the UK without his wife and children – Metro World News Brazil

After losing private security, Harry must go to the UK without his wife and children – Metro World News Brazil

Prince Harry He faced a legal setback when he tried to appeal a decision to downgrade his personal security while living in England.

He is expected to be present at a special ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral on May 8, in an event that will honor a decade of the existence of the Invictus Games, a project Harry founded dedicated to veterans with disabilities. The decision regarding the presence of Meghan Markle and the couple's children, Archie and Lilibet, in the United Kingdom hangs in the balance, subject to security guarantees provided by the British government.

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Family security is on the agenda

With increasing concern for his family's safety, especially after the loss of the special protection level in 2020, Harry found himself in a very sensitive position. His argument, underscored by the growing risks associated with racism and extremism, is reminiscent of the vulnerability of his mother, Princess Diana, more than two decades ago.

This case prompted Harry to take legal action against the decision that put his and his personal safety at risk, an appeal that was unfortunately not considered by the British courts last February.

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Since moving to the United States in 2020 and stepping down from his royal duties, Prince Harry and his family have been excluded from the priority group for special protection by the British government, although there is the possibility of a “case-by-case” assessment.

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Harry's stance highlights deep concern for the safety of Meghan and her children, reflecting the challenges senior royals face in a complex and modern context.

source: Monet magazine