Prince Harry denied request to pay for police protection in the UK following NYC car change.

LONDON – A London judge ruled Tuesday against prince Harry in his efforts to pay for police protection when he visits Britain.

A highcourt judge rejected the Duke of Sussex’s assertion that the British government exceeded its authority when it denied him the right to hire police to provide security in the U.K.

The British government stopped providing security after Harry and his wife , Duchess Meghan,quit their royal duties and moved to California in 2020.A lawyer for the government argued in court that it should allow hiring of “police officers as private bodyguards for the wealthy”.

Harry has said he doesn’t feel safe visiting Britain with his young children prince Archie,4 and princes Lilibet 1 and has cited agrresive press photographers.

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