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The couple retired from life as working royals in March 2020 and moved to Meghan’s home state of California. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had a fraught relationship with the press throughout their relationship and have distanced themselves from the royal family.
Royal journalist and Diana, Princess of Wales biographer, Tina Brown, has claimed that Prince Harry’s “waking up this hornet’s nest” by addressing the press could be an outlet for the Duke’s anger at the media.
She told the Telegraph: “Harry decided absolutely not to capitulate to any dialogue with the press who he believes killed his mother, ruined his life and ruined Meghan’s.
‘That’s his view. And he’s not entirely wrong.”
She added: “But fighting the British media is a lost cause.
“And unfortunately Meghan is just as combative about it as he is.”
She compared the Sussex marriage to the Cambridge marriage, highlighting the differences between the dynamics of the royal unions.
She claimed: “William and Kate calm each other down a lot; their marriage works very well that way.
“In the Sussex wedding they turn each other on and it’s Us Against the World, and that’s a disaster.”
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The Interior Ministry told the Duke that he would not receive “the same degree” of security when he returned from the US.
Prince Harry had offered to pay for the personal security himself.
The Duke’s legal team argues that protecting the Sussexes in the US cannot work with the same efficiency abroad and cannot access British intelligence networks.
Shaheed Fatima QC introduced the case to the first hearing in February, arguing on behalf of Prince Harry that the Duke was desperate to return to visit family and friends.
She said: “This allegation is about the claimant not feeling safe while in the UK, given the security arrangements that were in place for him in June 2021 and will continue to apply to him.”
She added: “It goes without saying that he wants to come back to see family and friends and to continue to support the charities close to his heart.
“This is and will always be his home.”