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‘They Should Pay!’ Anger Mounts Over Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s £20M Security Bill

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‘They Should Pay!’ Anger Mounts Over Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s £20M Security Bill

Canada refuses to pay their security bill after Megxit.


Prince Harry & Meghan Markle are facing an angry backlash as their £20million security bill is set to fall squarely on British Taxpayers after Canada refused to continue paying.

The Canadian Police confirmed it would stop helping with security for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they step down as working royals on March 31st.

Prince Harry & Meghan Markle are facing an angry backlash as their £20 million security bill is set to fall squarely on British Taxpayers

This implies the value of all-round protection for the pair and their baby Archie will fall on Taxpayer-Funded Metropolitan Police, despite leaving the United Kingdom for North America.

The force, protecting the couple refused to comment on whether they would continue after Megxit. On the other hand, the Buckingham Palace refused to say if the Sussex’s would contribute any of their money for protection.



Phil Dampier, Royal Expert said the couples shouldn’t receive public money for security when they officially become private citizens, set to be millions of pounds per year.

‘It’s just a matter of time before the Canadians will stop paying for their security because they are no longer working royals. The burden will eventually fall on British taxpayers.’ Expert Dampier said.

Coming after Prince Harry met with Jon Bovi at Abbey Road Studios to record a duet for Duke’s Invictus Game Foundation, it’s not known if Meghan is yet in the United Kingdom as he’s due to attend the Endeavour Fund Awards On March 5th.

This came after prince Harry met with Jon Bovi at Abbey Road Studios to record a duet for Duke’s Invictus Game Foundation



However, this is the first time Canada confirmed it has been protecting Harry and Meghan since settling on Vancouver Island in November 2019.



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