Prince Harry, Meghan Markle ‘safety’ claims shattered after UK visit

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s recent visit to Windsor was opposed by royal experts.

Dickie Arbiter mocks the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s former security row and legal battle with the Home Office, therefore, they also missed Prince Philip’s warning.

Speaking to Today, Mr Arbiter said: “What’s quite interesting is that Harry said he couldn’t come to England because it wasn’t safe and now he’s here. He’s going to Holland.

“Holland provides VIP security but makes it clear that Harry and Meghan’s personal security is not allowed to carry weapons.

“So they will be aware that they can be targeted in the Netherlands, but there is a lot of security there so they should be safe enough.

“It’s interesting that he said he couldn’t come to England because he wasn’t safe, well here he’s almost 24, 36 hours so it’s safe.”

The Arbitrator, however, appreciates Meghan and Harry’s efforts to improve relations with the family.

He continued: “The fact that they are on their way to the Invictus Games and they are down to England is a step in the right direction.

“When will they make another visit who knows. Will they bring the kids if they plan another visit? Again, who knows.”

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