Harry and Meghan won’t ‘feel safe in UK’ without Frogmore

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won’t “feel safe in UK” without Frogmore Cottage, a royal expert has claimed. The couple are reportedly being evicted from their UK property, potentially meaning that the couple, and their two children, will spend less time in the UK.

Newsweek’s chief royal correspondent Jack Royston claimed that the couple, who are reportedly losing the property, may feel unsafe “even stepping into Britain at all”.

Speaking on Sky News, he added: “If this is correct, then it has mega ramifications for their relationship with the country.”

Mr Royston claimed that this could mean that we would “see a lot less of them in Britain.”‘

Speaking on Wednesday’s show, he said: “There is much more to this than simply a place to lay your hat.

“In Frogmore, they had the protection of the police who guard the private estate there.”

He added that, when the Duke and Duchess visited the UK last year for the Platinum Jubilee, they “barely left Frogmore because they didn’t have police protection to take them from here to there.”

Due to this, the couple only attended the few events that they were officially invited to.

The couple, according to Mr Royston, only had police protection “there”, meaning at the events, and “at Frogmore”.

The couple returned to the UK, in June 2022, with their two children in tow.

Their daughter, Lilibet Diana, would have celebrated her first birthday in the UK, having been born on June 4, 2021.


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