Entertainment: Prince Harry: Furious, he files a complaint against the British government

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Prince Harry : furieux, il porte plainte contre le gouvernement britannique © Newspix International / Kcs Press Prince Harry: Furious, he files a complaint against the British government according to information relayed by Newsweek Thursday, August 4, Prince Harry would intend a new legal action against the British government. In question: the overpressure of his police protection when he goes to the United Kingdom.

Relations between the royal family and Prince Harry are not about to arrange. Ll ago, The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex renounced their royal titles in the royal family . An announcement that had surprised everyone, starting with the royal family itself, which did not expect such a decision. "Yes, the queen was aware. Yes, the Queen knew that Harry and Meghan suffered. But she did not know that this announcement was already written and already published," said Je journalist Philip Turle in the documentary Meghan & Harry : Panic in Buckingham.

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"We intend to give up (the role of) Seniors' members of the royal family and to work to become financially independent, while continuing to support the queen," explained the prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a press release. The pressure having become too difficult to bear, the spouses had decided to take their financial independence and to go to settle in the United States.

Prince Harry files a complaint against the British government

since they made this decision, The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex no longer have access to the security service funded by the British taxpayer. During their stay in the United Kingdom, on the occasion of the Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II , the Sussex benefited only from the protection of their personal bodyguards. Security agents have not been authorized to carry weapons, the couple preferred to return to California even before the end of the festivities. Furious to have to give up his security when he is on English soil, the prince would have launched a new legal action. According to information relayed by Newsweek Thursday, August 4, he has filed complaint against government but also against Metropolitan Police . But according to the elements of the judicial file consulted by Newsweek, the request of Prince Harry would not be legitimate for the lawyers of the Ministry of the Interior. Case to follow…

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