Prince Harry sincerely scared for familys safety on UK return, expert claims

Prince Harry is reportedly "scared" for the safety of his family upon their return to the UK next week, a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke Of Sussex, 37, stepped back as a senior working member of the Royal Family and moved to California in 2020 alongside his wife Meghan Markle, with the pair giving up their right to publicly-funded security.

However the Prince has been engulfed in legal woes after the Home Office refused to allow him to pay for his own police protection whilst he visits the UK.

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But despite rumored skepticism over his alleged motive behind his actions, in a new interview with The Daily Star, Royal expert Kinsey Schofield has claimed Prince Harry is "sincerely concerned" about the safety of his family.

The Fox and Friends contributor has claimed that Harry's worries stemmed from his chaotic childhood as his late mother Princess Diana was constantly surrounded by photographers.

She explained: "I don't think Harry is being manipulative about the security thing at all. I think Harry is sincerely scared. I think Harry is sincerely concerned for his for his safety and for the safety of his family"

Kinsey added: "because as a child his mom pulls over and sobbed uncontrollably because she can't control all of the men that are following their car. And he is sitting there and maybe his booster seat, completely unable to do anything about that situation."

The talkTV commentator also claimed that Harry was taught to be protective of those around him from a young age and these values make him more "hypersensitive" about his family now.

Kinsey explained to The Daily Star: "As a man, you are raised being told that you need to protect your wife, you need to protect your family, you need to be protective."

She continued: "You're supposed to be this figure. And I think that he struggled because he could not save his mom. So when it comes to security, while I do know that they are hypersensitive about it."

The television personality added: "I think there is real concern there. I truly think that this is fear driven for Prince Harry."


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