Royals expert Kristin Contino spoke privately with Our weekly about the Queen’s response to Prince Harry’s request for national security during future visits to the UK. Contino admitted that it would be difficult for the Queen not to play a loving grandmother, but “She [not] come up against the government and say, ‘Well, you know, you need to provide him with safety.’
Contino also points out that not all royals are guaranteed to have extra police provided by the government. For example, Princess Anne has no 24-hour security, even though she was nearly kidnapped in 1974, according to Daily mail. “People are saying, ‘Well, is that a precedent for members of the public to pay the police for private security?” And, “Is the urban police for hire?” “Contino said, adding that the metropolitan police had reviewed the prince’s case and determined that he was at ‘low’ risk of danger.
For this record, Prince Harry has offered to pay for the extra protection himself, out of his own pocket. Despite the fact that “people can see both sides of this situation,” the Queen “will always choose [being] [the] “Mrs. Contino said. Opposition to the government agency’s decision could cause a serious rift between the palace and the police. So, while her grandmother’s heart may sympathize, her royal responsibilities are. she will most likely be resolved.
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