Sussex’s Duke and Duchess have undoubtedly had their fair share of privacy invasions over the years, but this latest update is a whole new level of disturbance, truly. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly called the cops on Memorial Day when they spotted a suspected aerial drone invasion.
“They see these drones coming in at them, and they guess that they are being operated by photographers, but they can’t just assume that,” the source reports to the entertainment portal.
The drones are just part of what the couple complain about as living in the $18 million Beverly Hills mansion owned by the Hollywood mogul Tyler Perry is “unimaginable” levels of invasion of privacy, the source said.
This involves “following and tailing them every day” they ‘re going out, leaving them “rattled” at cars “being driven very erratically” as they chase. One incident nearly triggered a crash that was “incredibly dangerous, shocking and terrifying,” the source added.
It is extremely concerning for Harry, who has said whenever he sees a camera, that it conjures up the pain of losing his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car accident while being chased by paparazzi in 1997.
The couple — who this year renownedly left the royal family — are preparing to employ a personal security team, said the source, denying that Harry ‘s dad, Prince Charles, has faced the expense. “They are not asking for any special treatment,” a source close to the later said.“Protecting their family is their top concern.”
Given all that Harry and Meghan have already been through with the mainstream media, their security team hopes here to step up things to keep them protected.