Prince Harry criticized for ‘arrogance’ in court appeal and urged to ‘pay for his own safety’ | World News

A royal biographer has blasted Prince Harry, asking him to “pay for his own safety” after his appeal over his UK arrangements. The courts granted Harry’s appeal after he claimed it was “impossible to bring his wife Meghan or their two children for security reasons”.

Prince Harry castigated for ‘arrogance’ following appeal to court (REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye)(REUTERS)

Royal biographer Angela Levin criticized the Duke of Sussex for his “arrogance” during the court battle after claiming he had “tried to jump the queue” to have the appeal heard as soon as possible. Previously, Lord Justice Bean told Harry that he had “no right to jump the queue because of his status”.

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Levin discussed reports that Harry’s request for the appeal to be heard sooner is because he and his wife, Meghan Markle, have a “world tour planned.” She said he was “not good enough in the VIP group to get ahead of everyone else.”

Levin went on to say that it would be “arrogant” of the Duke to “go around the world on taxpayers’ money.” “I think this country will go absolutely crazy if they use our taxpayers’ money to go around the world,” Levin told GB News.

‘If you leave royalty, you can’t expect the same kind of attention’

Levin predicted that after their successful trip to Nigeria, Harry and Mrghan might spend a lot of time “in Africa.” Levin also said the British public would be “very annoyed” if they used Harry’s level of protection worldwide, in case it was given to the Duke. “I don’t see how you can keep coming back to it over and over again, but he’s very determined. He’s absolutely determined,” she said.

When asked if, given that Harry is the king’s son, he deserved the best protection, Levin replied: “If he comes for something to do with the royal family, he gets the best protection If he comes to see friends or to do something that has nothing to do with the royal family, he is in the second or third year.

“If you’re leaving royalty, you can’t expect the same kind of attention as if you’re not, and you can’t really control it,” she added. “He doesn’t understand that. But you have to accept it, you can’t take it away from the government. It’s just not right. He can pay for himself if he wants to, but he can’t expect us to pay for him and his family all the time.”

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