Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could also be in for a problem when it comes to discovering privacy in Los Angeles.
Former royal protection officer Simon Morgan lately spoke with Us Weekly in regards to the struggles that the pair will face after relocating from the U.Okay.
“I think a lot of it will depend on how they actually engage with people, both in terms of the ordinary person in the streets and the media, and how much access they allow with that,” Morgan defined throughout the outlet’s episode of “Royally Us” on Thursday. “The more you withdraw, the more people want to know what you’re up to. There just becomes that fascination.”
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Whereas individuals might have a “fascination” with Harry, 35, and Markle, 38, due to any withdrawals on their half, their movie star may also hold them in the general public eye, Morgan famous.
“Harry, you know, he is still a senior member of the British Royal family. Both in terms of … bloodline and position, or maybe not entitled at the moment. So therefore there is still a fascination around that, certainly with the [former] duchess, you know,” he said. “If she does go back to work in that particular sector, then there will always be an interest in what she’s doing, because it would be part and parcel of the very nature of what she’s doing.”
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Morgan additionally mentioned that Harry and Markle’s protection workforce can have their work lower out for them.
“The work is always … on the protection team,” the former officer advised Us Weekly.
He additionally famous that it was shocking to see Harry and Markle go away the U.Okay., because it was a “secure environment” in which that they had “a regular routine and a footprint.”
“But then, you know, to make the move to L.A. kind of puts you very much in the spotlight,” Morgan defined, calling Los Angeles a “constant” and “24/7” atmosphere.
“So I think, yeah — from a protection perspective, you know, it’s not an ideal choice,” he continued. “However there once more, you understand, individuals need to lead their lives and also you because the protection workforce simply have to work round that.”
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Markle, Harry and their 1-year-old son, Archie, relocated to Los Angeles in April. They’re rumored to be residing in Tyler Perry’s mansion and reviews have surfaced suggesting safety considerations as drones fly over the property.