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Security gossip for Meghan
Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (41) are in Germany on Tuesday to make an appointment to prepare for the “Invictus Games 2023”.
The plane with the royal expatriates is scheduled to land in Düsseldorf around noon. Meghan and Harry will then sign the Golden Book at City Hall. Barriers and roads in front of the building were closed on Monday itself. But mainly for crowd control. The German authorities classified the royal visit as a “private event”.
This means for Meghan and Harry: they have to take care of their personal safety in Germany!
“This will not be a state visit, Harry and Meghan are traveling as private individuals,” explains Düsseldorf police spokesman Andre Hartwich. “RedaktionsNetzwerk Deutschland”.
And further: “There will definitely be spectators in the town hall and stadium, so we appeal to the common sense of people not to stand on the streets and block traffic routes.” If things get difficult, you want to intervene if necessary.
A small team of security forces is present at the spot. Otherwise, it’s mainly up to the hosts, i.e. the “Invictus Games” organizers, to make sure everything runs smoothly, according to Hartwich.
Meghan and Harry made their first public appointment in Manchester on Monday, marking the start of their European trip. Also included: Loud “daily mail“Two security teams and a dog team. These bodyguards are also going to go to Germany with them.
Couples Shouldn’t Like Security Gossip At All, After All It Is Prince Harry Currently in litigation with the UK Home Office. The couple were denied police protection if they traveled to the UK.
Why? Since the two stepped down from their royal duties in 2020, they are officially no longer entitled to police protection.
Where will everything go for Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan in Düsseldorf? The first stop is City Hall. A boat trip on the Rhine is planned for the afternoon. Then it heads to the ground, where Rajkumar will hold a press conference on the 2023 Games from 5 pm.
At 8.30 it was all over and the two flew back to the UK. There, more precisely in London, they will perform at the Wellchild Awards on Thursday.
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