Petty royal family

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Anonymous wrote:Why should the taxpayers pay for their security? They have a LOT of money they didn’t earn; they can pay for it themselves.


This. If they cared so much they would have paid for their own security a long time ago. They are no longer working royals. There is no reason for the British to pay for security here.


It’s not just security that they need. They also would like the palace to provide their security intel on threats. They do not have access to those systems.


A credible threat would be relayed to a private party visiting Britain along with their security detail.


What about when they are not in England? Still threats.


DP - when they’re not in England / GB their security is allowed to remain armed.
Anonymous
Just to clarify. Prince Harry has security. Queen Elizabeth said he should receive round-the-clock armed security provided by police/royal protection officers and access the intelligence gathered by the UK government. If King Charles had also recommended it, it might be a weight in the scale. After all, it is not his son or grandchildren’s faults that they are related to him. And he can easily agree to do things like give up the bona vacatia income the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster take and give that to the government to compensate for the increased cost to taxpayers. I am no fan of Prince Harry but it is petty on the King and Prince William’s part.
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Anonymous wrote:Why should the taxpayers pay for their security? They have a LOT of money they didn’t earn; they can pay for it themselves.


This. If they cared so much they would have paid for their own security a long time ago. They are no longer working royals. There is no reason for the British to pay for security here.


It’s not just security that they need. They also would like the palace to provide their security intel on threats. They do not have access to those systems.


A credible threat would be relayed to a private party visiting Britain along with their security detail.


What about when they are not in England? Still threats.

If they’re not in England and not representing the royal family in an official capacity then they pay for their own security.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:Just to clarify. Prince Harry has security. Queen Elizabeth said he should receive round-the-clock armed security provided by police/royal protection officers and access the intelligence gathered by the UK government. If King Charles had also recommended it, it might be a weight in the scale. After all, it is not his son or grandchildren’s faults that they are related to him. And he can easily agree to do things like give up the bona vacatia income the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster take and give that to the government to compensate for the increased cost to taxpayers. I am no fan of Prince Harry but it is petty on the King and Prince William’s part.

A British court decided otherwise even when the Queen was alive.
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Anonymous wrote:Just to clarify. Prince Harry has security. Queen Elizabeth said he should receive round-the-clock armed security provided by police/royal protection officers and access the intelligence gathered by the UK government. If King Charles had also recommended it, it might be a weight in the scale. After all, it is not his son or grandchildren’s faults that they are related to him. And he can easily agree to do things like give up the bona vacatia income the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster take and give that to the government to compensate for the increased cost to taxpayers. I am no fan of Prince Harry but it is petty on the King and Prince William’s part.

Should’ve thought about that before trashing them repeatedly and publicly.
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Anonymous wrote:Meghan has moved on from the royals. She is reinventing herself. Can't wait to see what she comes up with!


Meghan is nothing without the royals.


Lol: She had a very nice life before she met Harry: Enjoyable job, quite decent salary, a history of supporting social interests, and a fun and meaningful internet presence. Harry married up — and he appreciates it. So Meghan meets Harry — and now has to deal with paparazzi, racist attacks, threats against her life and the lives of her children and her husband, and a family life that needs 24/7 security.


Are you Meghan? hahahahahaha

Do you honestly believe that she wasn't envisioning a life beyond her wildest dreams? I, among MANY, never heard of her before Harry. And I disagree that he married up - do you really think he is thrilled to have lost his brother and sister-in-law with whom he seemed to be extremely close? He lost his mother and grandmother to death. Since Meghan, he lost the rest of his family. And he doesn't seem to have a warm and fuzy relationship with Meghan's.


Um, sweetie? That you, personally, hadn’t heard of Meghan before Harry is really meaningless. There are quite a few people that you personally have never heard of. As to the rest, either you haven’t read Harry’s book or listened to any of his interviews— or you did, yet failed to understand them.

“Fuzy”? Are you OK?

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Anonymous wrote:I think that it is telling that Meghan has pretty much lost all relationships to friends and family along the way. They had to turn to a total stranger for housing help when they moved back to California. When someone leaves behind a path of broken relationships - family and friends and romantic. That is very telling.


They wouldn’t have been safe in a middle-class residential house, come off it. They needed space and privacy that only someone very wealthy could afford. It’s not like most of us, who could stay in a Virginia suburb if we needed help for a few months—no one is following us around 24/7/365, going through our trash and taking photos of us at every opportunity.


Why relocate to west LA, where everyone knows makes them extremely visible and will cost much more for that space and privacy?
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Just to clarify. Prince Harry has security. Queen Elizabeth said he should receive round-the-clock armed security provided by police/royal protection officers and access the intelligence gathered by the UK government. If King Charles had also recommended it, it might be a weight in the scale. After all, it is not his son or grandchildren’s faults that they are related to him. And he can easily agree to do things like give up the bona vacatia income the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster take and give that to the government to compensate for the increased cost to taxpayers. I am no fan of Prince Harry but it is petty on the King and Prince William’s part.

A British court decided otherwise even when the Queen was alive.


A committee, not a court, including senior palace aides, issued the decision while the queen was still alive. If Charles when he was POW, had agreed with the queen, the committee would have decided differently. It doesn’t matter if Prince Harry is as odious as possible, trashes, even lies about the BRF, daily. He is still the king’s son and it is wrong to not give the king’s grandchildren round-the-clock security and intelligence when in the UK so that they can actually safely visit their family in the UK. It seems the king does not really care about seeing his grandchildren and that is petty and sad.
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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Why should the taxpayers pay for their security? They have a LOT of money they didn’t earn; they can pay for it themselves.


This. If they cared so much they would have paid for their own security a long time ago. They are no longer working royals. There is no reason for the British to pay for security here.


It’s not just security that they need. They also would like the palace to provide their security intel on threats. They do not have access to those systems.


A credible threat would be relayed to a private party visiting Britain along with their security detail.


What about when they are not in England? Still threats.

If they’re not in England and not representing the royal family in an official capacity then they pay for their own security.


But they need access to intel regardless where they live.
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Anonymous wrote:Meghan has moved on from the royals. She is reinventing herself. Can't wait to see what she comes up with!


Meghan is nothing without the royals.


Lol: She had a very nice life before she met Harry: Enjoyable job, quite decent salary, a history of supporting social interests, and a fun and meaningful internet presence. Harry married up — and he appreciates it. So Meghan meets Harry — and now has to deal with paparazzi, racist attacks, threats against her life and the lives of her children and her husband, and a family life that needs 24/7 security.


Are you Meghan? hahahahahaha

Do you honestly believe that she wasn't envisioning a life beyond her wildest dreams? I, among MANY, never heard of her before Harry. And I disagree that he married up - do you really think he is thrilled to have lost his brother and sister-in-law with whom he seemed to be extremely close? He lost his mother and grandmother to death. Since Meghan, he lost the rest of his family. And he doesn't seem to have a warm and fuzy relationship with Meghan's.


Um, sweetie? That you, personally, hadn’t heard of Meghan before Harry is really meaningless. There are quite a few people that you personally have never heard of. As to the rest, either you haven’t read Harry’s book or listened to any of his interviews— or you did, yet failed to understand them.

“Fuzy”? Are you OK?


It’s definitely Meghan.
Anonymous
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Anonymous wrote:Just to clarify. Prince Harry has security. Queen Elizabeth said he should receive round-the-clock armed security provided by police/royal protection officers and access the intelligence gathered by the UK government. If King Charles had also recommended it, it might be a weight in the scale. After all, it is not his son or grandchildren’s faults that they are related to him. And he can easily agree to do things like give up the bona vacatia income the Duchies of Cornwall and Lancaster take and give that to the government to compensate for the increased cost to taxpayers. I am no fan of Prince Harry but it is petty on the King and Prince William’s part.

A British court decided otherwise even when the Queen was alive.


A committee, not a court, including senior palace aides, issued the decision while the queen was still alive. If Charles when he was POW, had agreed with the queen, the committee would have decided differently. It doesn’t matter if Prince Harry is as odious as possible, trashes, even lies about the BRF, daily. He is still the king’s son and it is wrong to not give the king’s grandchildren round-the-clock security and intelligence when in the UK so that they can actually safely visit their family in the UK. It seems the king does not really care about seeing his grandchildren and that is petty and sad.

Sounds overly dramatic.
Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Meghan has moved on from the royals. She is reinventing herself. Can't wait to see what she comes up with!


Meghan is nothing without the royals.


Lol: She had a very nice life before she met Harry: Enjoyable job, quite decent salary, a history of supporting social interests, and a fun and meaningful internet presence. Harry married up — and he appreciates it. So Meghan meets Harry — and now has to deal with paparazzi, racist attacks, threats against her life and the lives of her children and her husband, and a family life that needs 24/7 security.


Are you Meghan? hahahahahaha

Do you honestly believe that she wasn't envisioning a life beyond her wildest dreams? I, among MANY, never heard of her before Harry. And I disagree that he married up - do you really think he is thrilled to have lost his brother and sister-in-law with whom he seemed to be extremely close? He lost his mother and grandmother to death. Since Meghan, he lost the rest of his family. And he doesn't seem to have a warm and fuzy relationship with Meghan's.


Um, sweetie? That you, personally, hadn’t heard of Meghan before Harry is really meaningless. There are quite a few people that you personally have never heard of. As to the rest, either you haven’t read Harry’s book or listened to any of his interviews— or you did, yet failed to understand them.

“Fuzy”? Are you OK?


It’s definitely Meghan.


^ Spoken like someone who doesn’t live in reality.

WW have lost their minds since Harry married that Black woman. Everyone who doesn’t hate Meghan must be Meghan herself.



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Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Meghan has moved on from the royals. She is reinventing herself. Can't wait to see what she comes up with!


Meghan is nothing without the royals.


Lol: She had a very nice life before she met Harry: Enjoyable job, quite decent salary, a history of supporting social interests, and a fun and meaningful internet presence. Harry married up — and he appreciates it. So Meghan meets Harry — and now has to deal with paparazzi, racist attacks, threats against her life and the lives of her children and her husband, and a family life that needs 24/7 security.


Are you Meghan? hahahahahaha

Do you honestly believe that she wasn't envisioning a life beyond her wildest dreams? I, among MANY, never heard of her before Harry. And I disagree that he married up - do you really think he is thrilled to have lost his brother and sister-in-law with whom he seemed to be extremely close? He lost his mother and grandmother to death. Since Meghan, he lost the rest of his family. And he doesn't seem to have a warm and fuzy relationship with Meghan's.


Um, sweetie? That you, personally, hadn’t heard of Meghan before Harry is really meaningless. There are quite a few people that you personally have never heard of. As to the rest, either you haven’t read Harry’s book or listened to any of his interviews— or you did, yet failed to understand them.

“Fuzy”? Are you OK?



I hadn’t heard of her before her relationship with Harry either. She was a B-list actress at best and has a very limited following.

Whether or not William and Harry were close is a detail we may never really know. There are numerous photos and video clips of Harry smiling, laughing and joking around with both William and Kate, so to the extent this was a story manufactured by the palace, Harry was in on it.

What hasn’t been disputed is that Harry has many close friends he has become estranged with after Meghan. We also know that Meghan invited more Hollywood names to her wedding than family and she doesn’t seem to keep friends. It’s impossible not to see a pattern.

Anonymous
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Meghan has moved on from the royals. She is reinventing herself. Can't wait to see what she comes up with!


Meghan is nothing without the royals.


Lol: She had a very nice life before she met Harry: Enjoyable job, quite decent salary, a history of supporting social interests, and a fun and meaningful internet presence. Harry married up — and he appreciates it. So Meghan meets Harry — and now has to deal with paparazzi, racist attacks, threats against her life and the lives of her children and her husband, and a family life that needs 24/7 security.


Are you Meghan? hahahahahaha

Do you honestly believe that she wasn't envisioning a life beyond her wildest dreams? I, among MANY, never heard of her before Harry. And I disagree that he married up - do you really think he is thrilled to have lost his brother and sister-in-law with whom he seemed to be extremely close? He lost his mother and grandmother to death. Since Meghan, he lost the rest of his family. And he doesn't seem to have a warm and fuzy relationship with Meghan's.


Um, sweetie? That you, personally, hadn’t heard of Meghan before Harry is really meaningless. There are quite a few people that you personally have never heard of. As to the rest, either you haven’t read Harry’s book or listened to any of his interviews— or you did, yet failed to understand them.

“Fuzy”? Are you OK?



I hadn’t heard of her before her relationship with Harry either. She was a B-list actress at best and has a very limited following.

Whether or not William and Harry were close is a detail we may never really know. There are numerous photos and video clips of Harry smiling, laughing and joking around with both William and Kate, so to the extent this was a story manufactured by the palace, Harry was in on it.

What hasn’t been disputed is that Harry has many close friends he has become estranged with after Meghan. We also know that Meghan invited more Hollywood names to her wedding than family and she doesn’t seem to keep friends. It’s impossible not to see a pattern.



Funny.

That’s what we said about clips and photos of Wills and Kate that look like they’re angry and hate each other.
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Anonymous wrote:I think that it is telling that Meghan has pretty much lost all relationships to friends and family along the way. They had to turn to a total stranger for housing help when they moved back to California. When someone leaves behind a path of broken relationships - family and friends and romantic. That is very telling.


They wouldn’t have been safe in a middle-class residential house, come off it. They needed space and privacy that only someone very wealthy could afford. It’s not like most of us, who could stay in a Virginia suburb if we needed help for a few months—no one is following us around 24/7/365, going through our trash and taking photos of us at every opportunity.


Why relocate to west LA, where everyone knows makes them extremely visible and will cost much more for that space and privacy?


Gosh! WHY move to an area where you have job prospects and a parent that you’re close to — who’s willing to help with childcare? Why? WHY? Lol

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