King Charles III was always known as an emotional person, as empathetic and sensitive. But in old age and on the throne, that seems to be the end of it. After his youngest son Prince Harry and his wife Meghan danced on him and Prince William, publicly taunted the royal family and brought entire books and documentaries onto the market at the expense of their relatives, consequences now follow.
On Wednesday it was announced that King Charles III. wants to deprive the two emigrant royals of their British residence at Frogmore Cottage. In the royal house follows a chair back. Prince Andrew, who has also been disgraced by abuse allegations, will have his quarter-million-pound annual allowance removed and is set to move out of the Royal Lodge. Most likely, the retired prince can no longer afford to support them. In return, however, he is offered the smaller Frogmore Cottage. Here Prince Harry and Meghan, who keep the house as a British residence, are shown out.
No more fun, after all, in their Netflix documentary, they were already whining about how small the house was and you could hear how Meghan was expecting something much more pompous, royal. The cottage on the estate of Windsor Castle was once given to Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan by the Queen to live in, but not as property.
But the loss of British residence is not only annoying, leaving the two without a place of retreat on English soil, it also poses major security problems for the family of four. When they left the royal family, they were also stripped of their taxpayer-funded police protections. A fact that Prince Harry still does not want to accept and is suing the British Home Office. Demands to get police protection in the UK and fund it out of pocket were also denied. Prince Harry can only hire a private security team, which does not have access to intelligence information.
Last year, a lawyer for Prince Harry explained why security is so important to him: "Prince Harry inherited a security hazard for life from birth. He remains sixth in line to the throne, having served two combat duties in Afghanistan and the last For years, his family faced well-documented threats from neo-Nazis and extremists," the statement said. "While his role within the institution has changed, his profile as a member of the royal family has not changed. Neither has the threat to him and his family."
Royal expert Omid Scobie quotes Neil Basu, the former head of the anti-terrorist police in England, on the "Yahoo" news portal, who confirmed last November: "If you had seen the stuff that was written and you get it would, the kind of rhetoric that's online, if you know what I know, you'd feel threatened all the time. We had teams investigating that. People were being prosecuted for those threats."
Frogmore Cottage was previously considered a safe place for Harry's family due to its proximity to other royal residences on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Frogmore Cottage's location on the grounds of Windsor Castle nestles within the Metropolitan Police's perimeter that secures the grounds. A variable home, such as a hotel, involves a much higher security risk for the family, which Prince Harry has already denounced anyway. Thus meets King Charles III. With the withdrawal of Frogmore Cottages, his son is where it hurts him the most - on the safety factor.
According to experts, the withdrawal of permanent residence in the UK could also mean that Prince Harry, Meghan, Archie and Lilibet will hardly set foot on British soil and King Charles III. his two grandchildren grow up.
Sources: Yahoo, Twitter, Daily Mail