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Buckingham Palace Denies Claims of Prince Harry's UK Accommodations

Tuesday, September 26, 2023 • Tamil Comments
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Buckingham Palace denies plans to force King Charles to let Prince Harry use Kensington Palace in the UK.

The dispute centred on Prince Harry's status as a counsellor-of-state, one of seven royal family members who can represent the King overseas or incapacitated. All five counsellors of state, including Princess Anne and Prince Edward, must live in the UK by law. Since leaving Frogmore Cottage this year, Prince Harry lives in California and no longer owns property.

Royal courtiers suggested renting Prince Harry and Meghan a royal estate residence to resolve the issue. A Kensington Palace flat where Prince William and Kate lived was one option. Stamped on.

An acquaintance said Charles would not want to dismiss Prince Harry as counsellor-of-state because it would generate discord. Finding his son a royal estate home is a fair compromise.

Buckingham Palace flatly disputed these reports.

The kingship wants Prince Harry and Prince Andrew to remain state counsellors to avoid royal family strife. None of them would likely become King.

Recently, Prince Harry was denied Windsor Castle accommodations during his brief London visit. He requested if he might remain at Windsor to visit St. George's Chapel for the Queen's grave but was told to make bookings.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also tried to convince instructors and students, some as young as five, to sign a non-disclosure agreement during their Netflix documentary at Public School 123 in New York this year.

The agreement prohibited "negative" comments about the pair. An official Duke and Duchess representative was contacted.

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