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Daily Mail Diary Editor Richard Eden has taken to social media to criticise the Duke of Sussex’s recent attempts to obtain security for his visit to the UK. Writing to nearly 20 thousand followers, he said: “It seems appropriate that this is the first time we have heard from Prince Harry and #Meghan in 2022 and they’re already moaning about something….”

Prince Harry, 37, allegedly is planning a visit to the UK, however, a legal representative has said the royal and his family are “unable to return to his home” because it is too dangerous.

The legal representative went on to state the Duke wants to fund his own and his family’s security himself, without the help of taxpayers.

The legal representative for Harry said in a statement to PA news agency: “The UK will always be Prince Harry’s home and a country he wants his wife and children to be safe in.

“With the lack of police protection, comes too great a personal risk.

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“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex personally fund a private security team for their family, yet that security cannot replicate the necessary police protection needed while in the UK.

“In the absence of such protection, Prince Harry and his family are unable to return to his home.”

Prince Harry last visited his home country last year in July for the unveiling of Princess Diana’s statue.

However, his daughter Lilibet, who Meghan and Harry welcomed in the beginning of June, has yet to meet her family this side of the pond.

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Mr Eden’s tweet was liked nearly 2,000 times, with many taking to the comment section to agree with the journalist.

One Twitter user, Angie, wrote: “They’re consistent, I’ll give them that. Consistent and utterly exhausting.”

Another, Jewls, wrote: “Surprised it took this long to moan about something… but I think he will use this as an excuse not to comeback. ‘Look how bad we are treated. They won’t pay for me and my family’s safety. Why do they need it?”

However a third user, Matthew, was confused: “So, he wants to pay for his own security and is being denied and people are moaning about it? Am I reading this correctly?”

A fourth user, Cathy, laughed: “Oh, the frustration of having to wait a whole 15 days before you could moan about them!

“However did you manage? LOL”

Another Twitter user snapped back: “@richardaeden and @danwoottonFirst I’ve heard from you guys this year and you appear to be moaning too. Pots and kettles.”

GB News presenter Dan Wootton, 38, similarly took to Twitter to bash the Duke of Sussex following the news over the security issues.

He told his 412,600 followers: “Prince Harry left the Royal Family in order to make tens of millions of dollars from Netflix, Spotify, banks and whoever the hell else will pay them.

“He can provide his own damn security if he wants to come back to the UK.

“And if he doesn’t want to, then he will not be missed.”

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