Harry and Meghan’s anniversary act claims they don’t feel safe in Britain, says one critic

Angela Levin appeared on GB News to accuse the couple of “hypocrisy” and acting like “stubborn teenagers” on their first visit to the UK since moving to California

The Sussexes' only public appearance during the Platinum Jubilee was at a Thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral
The Sussexes’ only public appearance during the Platinum Jubilee was at a Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral

A royal critic has questioned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s claims that they do not feel safe in the UK after greeting fans during their anniversary visit.

Harry and Meghan returned to British soil for the first time since moving to California in 2020 after deciding to step back from royal duties.

Her return for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee was mostly a low-key affair, but the Daily Star reported that royal critic Angela Levin was scathing in her assessment of a particular incident where the Sussexes were able to roll down their car windows to greet fans.

Angela, appearing in GB News, said her actions contradicted Harry’s previous claims that he did not feel safe in Britain, leading to the prince taking legal action against the Home Office over his protection while on British soil .







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“There he was, in a car with black windows, so they forced her into it so nobody could see who it was, and they both opened the windows all the way down and started waving at people,” she said.

“It was a clue to me that they couldn’t be in the spotlight. However, this is very dangerous; Someone could throw a bomb or a load of tomatoes in through the window, you make yourself very vulnerable.

“That’s such hypocrisy, isn’t it?”







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Angela also accused the Sussexes of acting “like stubborn teenagers” during their trip, giving her daughter Lilibet the opportunity to meet her great-grandmother the Queen for the first time.

The couple attended only one royal engagement – a Thanksgiving service at St Paul’s Cathedral – and they were not pictured alongside senior royals during their visit.

Despite reports that the royals feared a large public presence from the Sussexes would overshadow the Queen’s celebrations, Angela claimed the couple didn’t show up enough.







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“I thought they were really like irritable teenagers,” she claimed. “If they didn’t get what they wanted, they would leave.

“They left early, they left before the pageant on Sunday. But they didn’t go anywhere else either.”

Angela dismissed the argument that the couple wanted to stay in their family unit as “bullshit,” adding, “You’re with your family all the time, you don’t use that as an excuse like you’re that close.”

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