Following the Duke of Sussex’s decision to “retire” from his royal duties, the British Home Office would have to assess whether the requested security measures are necessary, according to The Telegraph.
Prince Harry, who now lives in the US with his wife Meghan Markle, will be required to give 28 days’ notice of his planned travel to the UK so that his requests for security measures can be assessed, reported This Saturday The Telegraph.
Harry was informed that, following his decision to “retire” from his royal duties, the British Home Office would consider whether the requested security measures are necessary, the newspaper writes.
For his part, the Duke of Sussex demanded that the Home Office committee responsible for royal security give him an example of someone with the same handicaps after leaving public service. In addition, he criticized the preparations for his visit to the UK in June 2021 for Princess Diana’s commemorative events, describing them as “uneven, disconnected and inappropriate”.
In 2020, Harry and his wife resigned from their roles in the monarchy and no longer use the ‘royal highness’ title. The couple explained that they want to “forge a new role” progressively with the institution and “be independent from a financial point of view.”