Prince Harry shared the heartbreaking reason why Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet cannot feel at home in the UK.

Families often relocate from their children’s birthplace for various reasons, but parents always try to make their kids feel at home.

In 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left the UK to start a new life in LA after stepping back as senior working members of the royal family. This move caused tensions between the Sussexes and King Charles and Prince William.

The couple wants to bring their children, Prince Archie (4) and Princess Lilibet (2), to the UK. However, since their decision to step back, they lost their royal protection, and Prince Harry has had to pay for their security. As a result, he is reluctant to bring his children to the UK due to safety concerns.

Prince Harry expressed his sadness at being forced to step back from his role and leave the country in 2020 in a statement read out in the High Court on Thursday by Hello! magazine.

He emphasized the UK’s importance as his home and the central role it plays in his children’s heritage. He also expressed concern for their safety while on UK soil.

He stated that he could not risk putting his wife in danger, and due to his life experiences, he was also hesitant to put himself in harm’s way unnecessarily.

His barrister, Shaheed Fatima KC, read the statement regarding a legal challenge against the Home Office regarding a change to his security arrangements during his visits to the UK. The Duke filed a legal challenge against the Home Office regarding the February 2020 decision made by the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures (Ravec). He was informed that he would receive a different level of publicly funded security after leaving the Firm.

The Government argues that Harry’s claim should be dismissed. They believe that the Home Office’s Ravec was entitled to conclude that protection should be ‘bespoke’ and considered on a ‘case-by-case’ basis.

The hearing has concluded, and Prince Harry must now wait for the judge’s ruling.