Former Bodyguard Urges Prince Harry to Give Up Legal Fight Over UK Security


Former Bodyguard's Advice

A former bodyguard for Prince Harry, Ken Wharfe, is advising the Prince to give up his legal battle over taxpayer-funded UK security. Wharfe, who protected Harry as a boy, believes that Harry was never going to win his costly legal fight.

Prince Harry's Court Bid

Prince Harry recently lost his bid for taxpayer-funded security for himself and his family while in the UK. The court dismissed his £1 million request for 24-hour protection, leading to Harry vowing to appeal the decision.

High Court Ruling

Court documents revealed that Harry claimed threats from extremists put him at a higher risk than his late mother, Princess Diana. The Prince contested a decision to downgrade his security status when he stopped being a working royal.

Public Opinion

There are mixed opinions on the issue, with some arguing that taxpayers should not have to foot the bill for Harry's security, especially since he now resides in California and has lucrative deals with Netflix.

Hope for Justice

Despite the setback, a legal spokesman for Harry stated that the Duke is seeking fair treatment and hopes to obtain justice through the Court of Appeal.