The recent loss in Prince Harry’s security case is deeply affecting not only him but also his children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet. A royal expert has issued a stark warning to Prince Harry regarding the well-being of his children in light of this situation.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, could potentially face strained relations with the royal family following their father’s recent legal setback. On Wednesday, Prince Harry lost his appeal in the high court against the Home Office’s decision to alter the level of his personal security during visits to the UK.

The prince is now seeking to appeal this latest ruling with his legal team, aiming for justice. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had their security removed when they stepped down as working members of the royal family and relocated to the United States in 2020. Harry initiated legal proceedings after being informed in February 2020 that he would no longer receive the same level of publicly funded protection while in the country. However, retired High Court Judge Sir Peter Lane dismissed Harry’s case, deeming the approach by the authorities neither irrational nor procedurally unfair.

Now, a royal expert has voiced concerns about the implications of this ruling on Archie and Lilibet’s relationship with the royal family. Tessa Dunlop highlighted the infrequent visits King Charles makes to see his grandchildren overseas, speculating that future reunions may now be less likely.

She expressed sadness at the thought of an elderly and ailing King unable to spend time with his grandchildren due to the complexities of royal affairs. Despite the warm relations between father and son, the intricacies of royal life have once again interfered.

This ruling not only distresses Prince Harry but also serves as a reminder of the unique challenges the Windsor family faces, governed by rules different from those of ordinary citizens.