Ms Garibaldi read out a comment from a ‘royal watcher’ of the previous week’s show.
She read out the comment by Jonesy, which said: “The crazy thing about Harry suing the UK Home Office over security is that no one ever said Harry couldn’t have security when visiting the UK.
“He would receive full police protection if he stayed with his brother, father or the Queen, or if attending official events.”
She added, quoting Jonesy: “He’s thrown a tantrum regarding security because he wants 24/7 police protection when visiting the UK for his commercial ventures outside of the monarchy.
Prince Harry is set to return to the UK, with Meghan, next month
The couple reportedly had police protection at the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s upcoming UK visit is “frustrating” for future Kings Prince Charles and Prince William, it has been claimed.
US royal commentator Kinsey Schofield said “interferences” from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made Prince Charles and the Duke of Cambridge “nervous”.
“No, why should the British taxpayers fund your police protection for your pursuit of wealth?.”
Ms Garibaldi noted that Jonesy is correct and that when Harry “is visiting in a royal capacity, he does have that police protection”.
Ms Ross added: “It does sound like that comment is correct, that he’s really looking for that police protection when they’re here doing their own thing.
“[And] that’s just not how it works.”
Mr Aitch noted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “did receive that police protection” at the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June.
This was because it was an “official royal event”.
He added: “It’s vitally important that Prince Harry receives a proper, the right and proper protection.
“It will make all the difference. You can’t expect a poorly trained private security industry – and I’m talking on the global scale, not just in the UK – anywhere near the same level of protection as the Government.”
Prince Harry and Meghan are set to return to the UK next month.
They will be in the UK, and Germany, for a range of charity-based events, including the WellChild Awards, in London, on September 8.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK