Prince Harry is angry and is determined to let it be known. According to the revelations of the expert Royal Omid Scobie, Wednesday February 23, 2022, the husband of Meghan Markle would have decided to file a complaint against the Associated Newspapers Limited which brings together in particular The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and The Mail Online. The grandson of Queen Elizabeth II would have filed a complaint for defamation. The royal expert claims to have been informed by the Sussex spokesperson. Having received no further information on the subject, he assured that the complaint would be aimed at The Mail on Sunday, which had “recently published several articles about Harry’s efforts to fund police protection in the UK”. for him and his family.
As a reminder, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle live north of Los Angeles. In January 2020, they announced their desire to withdraw from their royal obligations, which mechanically deprived them of the right to police protection at the expense of the British taxpayer. A situation that does not seem to suit Prince Harry who would not feel safe when he comes to visit his family in England. He therefore wishes to be protected, at his own expense, when he travels to British soil.
: A spokesperson for the Sussexes confirms that Prince Harry has filed a legal complaint against Associated Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday and Mail Online.
— Omid Scobie (@scobie) February 23, 2022
Prince Harry has already filed a complaint
This is not the first time that Prince Harry has filed a complaint against this British publishing house since in January 2021, he had already done the same thing, again for defamation. The Duke of Sussex had decided to attack when false stories about him had been posted online. They mentioned “his link with the armed forces”.
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