Prince Harry could publicly discuss his security row over police protection as a “reason to show he wasn't respected,'' a royal author believes.
The Duke of Sussex has taken action against the Home Office by submitting a judicial review to be allowed to pay for his own police protection.
Harry lost police protection, which is given to certain senior members of the Royal Family, when he left his working role with Meghan Markle to start a new life in the US.
Royal author Angela Levin believes this will not be the last time we hear about the security row as she feels Harry could bring it up in his highly-anticipated memoirs or in future interviews.
She also thinks he could use it as “another reason for him to show he wasn’t respected."
Speaking to the Sun, Levin said: "I think he will mention [the security row] if he’s doing an interview. I think whatever he is doing he will fit it in publicly.
"It’s all been hush hush. It might be too late [to get it into the memoir] but it will certainly come out somewhere in public, he won’t keep that quiet.”
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The author also feels Harry is “so focused on himself now” that he does not think about "the Queen before he does anything, or his brother, or his father."
Harry released a statement over the weekend about his concern for the safety of his family if they are to visit the UK.
The Duke of Sussex stated he wants to bring Meghan, Archie and Lilibet to his home country but is worried about the dangers without police protection.
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A legal representative for Harry said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex personally fund a private security team for their family, yet that security cannot replicate the necessary police protection needed whilst in the UK.
"In the absence of such protection, Prince Harry and his family are unable to return to his home.”
His legal team filed for a judicial review in September 2021.
Harry was expected to return to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee as he prepares to release his memoir later this year at a date to be yet to be announced.
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