Queen may ‘alienate’ Harry and Meghan if they behave like ‘spoiled children’

An expert has revealed that the Queen may 'alienate' Prince Harry after tensions have risen due to Harry raising he'll be unable to return to the UK with Meghan Markle, Archie and Lilibet due to security risks.

The Duke said he cannot return to the UK with his wife Meghan and their children as it isn't safe without specialist police protection.

The family had lost their taxpayer-funded security when they left the royal family in 2020 and moved to the USA for their new lives.

Harry has applied for a judicial review as the Home Office had rejected his request to pay for police assistance when he's in the UK, it comes after Harry raised he wanted to become financially independent.

In an exclusive interview with The Mirror, Ingrid Seward, author of Prince Philip Revealed and Editor in Chief of Majesty magazine, revealed that Harry's recent actions will not go down well with Her Majesty The Queen.

Ingrid said: "Prince Harry's threat of legal action against his grandmothers government will not sit kindly with her.

"The Queen does not like being threatened. Even though the threat is not directed at her personally, it is a threat that comes under her jurisdiction."

The Royal expert and Biographer highlighted how Harry's actions would infuriate the Queen.

She said: "It will make her annoyed and very irritated. She has no desire to alienate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but if they continually behave like spoiled children trying to get their own way, she will be forced to do so.

"No wonder Harry wants that kind of protection for his wife and children. But he is very unlikely to get it."

Royal fans are curious about what Harry's request will mean for his and his family's future trips to the UK, especially with the Queen's Jubilee celebrations taking place in the summer.

Ingrid said: "But if Harry and Meghan choose the celebrations of the Platinum Jubilee weekend to make an entry into the UK, as things stand at the present they will not have round the clock Scotland Yard protection – unless they are with other members of the royal family."

"If the Sussex's don't get their own way as regards their demand for police protection, they may decide not to come to the UK."

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