Prince Harry 'Racism' Victim? Duke Says Bigotry Made Him a Bigger Security Threat Than His Mom Princess Diana Before Her Death

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Prince Harry lost his recent court case for British security.

Feb. 29 2024, Published 6:24 p.m. ET

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Prince Harry claimed to the head of the Home Civil Service that his own security risk today was "a position that no one was willing to put my mother in 23 years ago." After using Diana, Princess of Wales, in his court testimony, the Montecito Duke also stated that "racism" was what made him a "greater security risk" than the late princess in the months before her tragic death in 1997.

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Prince Harry used both Diana, Princess of Wales and Meghan Markle in his court testimony.

In a remark that apparently highlighted Meghan Markle's African-American ancestry, Harry felt that he was also part of these "additional layers of racism and extremism," along with their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet Diana.

The 39-year-old prince was defeated in London's High Court on Wednesday, February 28, which ruled against his wish to obtain taxpayer-funded protection even though he is no longer a working royal. With this embarrassing loss under his belt, royal and PR analysts alike are claiming the 39-year-old may have to ask his father, King Charles, who is sick with cancer, to fund his security in Britain.

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One psychologist claimed that Prince Harry still had 'unresolved grief trauma' about his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.

The fifth in line to the throne, who left his royal role and Britain itself in 2020, was "peeved" that he no longer received state-funded security when and his family visited the nation. As OK! previously reported, Harry felt that the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures was going against its policies by not acquiescing to his demands.

"The Duke is not asking for preferential treatment, but for a fair and lawful application of Ravec's own rules, ensuring that he receives the same consideration as others in accordance with Ravec's own written policy," Harry's legal spokesperson explained. "In February 2020, Ravec failed to apply its written policy to the Duke of Sussex and excluded him from a particular risk analysis."

"The Duke's case is that the so-called 'bespoke process' that applies to him, is no substitute for that risk analysis," they added. "The Duke of Sussex hopes he will obtain justice from the Court of Appeal, and makes no further comment while the case is ongoing."

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Prince Harry arriving at London's High Court in June 2023.

The decision led a palace insider to share: "At last, we have a verdict, now Harry will have to pay, or his father. And Charles will pay it if he has to, he still wants to see Harry despite all the bad blood."

They continued: "I am sure the King will help with security costs if needed in the U.K. But this will be expensive."

The Duke of Sussex will now receive "security arrangements that would be tailored based on perceived risks, similar to protocols for other high-profile visitors."

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The Duke of Sussex will now have to fund his own security while in Britain.

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GBN reported on Harry's security risk.

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