Meghan and Harry’s California home reportedly hit by series of intruders
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s idyllic life in Montecito has encountered some challenges. The couple, who moved to the United States just a few years ago, settled with their two children in Santa Barbara and have since hired their own security service to ensure their safety. However, a new report claims that the couple’s California home has been targeted by multiple intruders.
In a two-week period in May, Harry and Meghan’s home experienced two security breaches, and the couple faced six security alerts in the past 14 months alone, according to The Sun. The outlet reports that law enforcement was called to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s home on May 19 and then again on May 31 in the hours before Harry, Meghan and their loved ones left. children for the UK to attend the platinum jubilee. Both cases were due to reports of an intruder on the property.
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Prior to the events this May, police were called to Harry and Meghan’s home on four occasions since May 2021, according to The Sun, although one incident was due to an alarm at the property which was “triggered by mistake”. Since stepping back from their roles as senior royals, Harry and Meghan’s struggles over safety and security have been an ongoing chapter in their new life together.
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As previously reported, Harry has made progress in a case involving the safety of his family when they visit the UK and their privacy – and by extension that of their son Archie, 3, and their daughter Lilibet, 1 year old, was a major priority. for parents of two. On the contrary, this latest report suggests that Harry and Meghan still have hurdles to overcome in balancing themselves as public figures and private citizens, and real concerns about their safety and that of their young children.
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