Prince Harry has been paying for his security since 2020, the year he stepped back from public duties.
Prince Harry spoke in his book about having his security taken away in March 2020
In his book Spare, Prince Harry revealed to have killed 25 Taliban – a number, he said, he would have preferred “not to have” on his military CV. In his memoir, the Duke of Sussex also said it was paramount for him to retain, after he stepped down as a working royal, the security level granted to him throughout his life to keep his family safe. However, he claimed he was taken away the taxpayer-funded security at the end of March 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s relocation to California that year also sparked a clash with then-President Donald Trump, who said the US Government would not fund their security. The Sussexes responded by saying they had “no plans to ask the US government for security resources”.
Meghan Markle’s first three-word Instagram message to Prince Harry revealed
In their docu-series for Netflix titled Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess revealed they first spoke via Instagram.
Meghan was the first to send a message, writing to Harry: “Hello! Beautiful photos.”
Kate and Prince William visit a foodbank in Windsor
Kate and William appeared in high spirits as they stepped out of Adelaide Cottage to visit Windsor Foodshare.
Staff at the non-profit welcomed the royals and spoke about the work the organisation has been doing in support of people struggling financially for the past 10 years.
At the organisation, which forms part of Windsor Christian Action, Kate and William heard how staff provide short-term weekly help in the form of food parcels containing ambient foods, bread, eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables to any local household where there is a likelihood of an individual or family going hungry due to a lack of funds.
Windsor Foodshare also provides toiletries and cleaning products to those in need on a monthly basis.
Kate and William visited a food bank in Windsor today