Prince Harry’s Concerns Mount Over Security Risks as Return Date to the UK Leaks

Prince Harry’s concerns are growing over serious risks to his safety after his return date to the UK was leaked. The exact date and time of the Invictus Games 10th anniversary service, scheduled for May 8 at St. Paul’s Cathedral, was unintentionally revealed on the cathedral’s official website. This inadvertent disclosure raised significant concerns about Prince Harry’s safety. Express.co.uk has exclusive details on this.

The accidental release of the date and time of Prince Harry’s appearance at the Invictus Games 10th anniversary ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral has sparked increased security concerns and potentially puts his participation at risk. Sources have informed the Daily Express that Prince Harry’s team has stressed the need to keep the exact date of his appearance confidential due to security concerns in the UK.

The revelation of details of the service on the official website of St Paul’s Cathedral has intensified concerns, particularly in light of revelations made by the Duke of Sussex in his memoirs. In his memoir, Prince Harry discusses his military service, including his involvement in combat situations, such as killing 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan. The source said Prince Harry is well aware of the potential risks to his security, particularly given the sensitive information he has shared in his diary.

As a result, Prince Harry’s team insisted on knowing exactly where he was whenever he appeared at events in the UK in recent years. Last minute announcements were made repeatedly to mitigate security risks. The fact that St Paul’s Cathedral published the exact time and date of the event Prince Harry was due to attend on its official website weeks in advance poses a serious security risk.

It is worth noting that Prince Harry recently lost a High Court appeal against the government over his security during his stay in England. He opposed the decision to lower his security status after stepping down from royal duties and claimed he had been treated unfairly during changes to his police protection, although he still faces to significant threats to its security. The duke appealed the court’s decision, which said there was nothing illegal about the security decisions. The source mentioned that Prince Harry is determined to continue to appeal the court’s decision, as he wants to spend more time in the UK with his family but does not feel comfortable doing so while his security is not assured.

The leak of the anniversary date for the Invictus Games service was not well received, to say the least. The source said this added further worry to Prince Harry’s already existing concerns about his safety in the UK. Last week, express.co.uk exclusively revealed that Prince Harry was due to attend the service at St Paul’s Cathedral on May 8. Although the event is listed on the official website’s service schedule page, no public announcement has been made yet. Normally events are announced in a more visible section of the site, but this was not done in this case. Express.co.uk has contacted Prince Harry’s spokesperson for comment on the matter.

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