An Australian TV presenter has blasted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, admitting he couldn’t stand to watch the pair amid a giant line of security as they prepared to attend the Invictus Olympics
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Australian TV presenter Karl Stefanovic has criticized Prince Harry and Meghan Markle amid a security conflict between the couple.
The couple have requested private security ahead of their visit to the Netherlands this weekend for the Invictus Games, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex set to travel with a private security team, while also being escorted by other officials. domestic officials care.
Meghan and Harry were unable to attend Prince Philip’s recent memorial service due to security concerns, and when The Today Show hosts Karl and Allison Langdon held a chat with the Royal’s editor The Daily Mirror, Russell Myers, Karl stoned the Duke of Sussex for refusing to come and visit his family in the UK, despite being really close.
Russell explained: “He skipped Prince Philip’s memorial service. The rest of the Royal Family were there. There were royals from all over Europe and Harry and Megan still couldn’t be bothered to show up. . Ridiculous.”
Later, Allison added: “It’s getting harder and harder to protect them.”
However, it was Karl’s comments that attracted the most attention, as he said: “I can’t even look at them. I used to like Harry and even Meghan back in the day. Probably the first season. of Suits. Then it all went downhill from there.”
Harry and Meghan have now been granted ‘VVIP status’ ahead of their trip to the Netherlands, with security sources confirming to The Mirror that the couple’s private security team has spoken to Dutch authorities in an attempt to ensure “high-level multi-agency protection program” for the pair during their stay there.
This includes direct links to law enforcement and emergency services, and there will be “detailed mining procedures” in the event of a “personal or large-scale terrorist attack.” than”.
“Harry and Meghan have received absolute top assurance that there is no credible threat to their safety. This is the position of the Dutch authorities and other agencies across the continent. “, a source explained.
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The insider added to The Daily Mirror: “In any case, as they were attending a popular event in the Netherlands, both the Duke and Duchess were placed in the VVIP group for the duration of their stay. and take joint responsibility for their safety at all times. in the Netherlands will be with the Dutch authorities.”
Dutch authorities have told the couple’s security team that they cannot have armed security upon their arrival in the Netherlands, but have given “a high level of assurance that their protection is a priority”. .
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/aussie-tv-host-rages-cant-26707825 Australian TV presenter rages over 'unbearable sight of Meghan and Harry' in the middle of the security row