The son of British King Charles III immediately arrived in Europe when he learned of his father's cancer diagnosis. However, having a number of royal residences, he stayed overnight at the hotel.
It has become known why Prince Harry decided to spend his only night in London at a hotel when he came to visit his father, King Charles III of Great Britain, who had been diagnosed with cancer the day before. The New York Post writes about this.
The Duke of Sussex has decided to show royal relatives that he is capable of “supporting himself” financially, according to the British sovereign's former butler.
Harry had already returned to Montecito, California, after spending about a day in Europe, less than an hour of which he spent with his sick father.
Grant Harrold, who worked for the British king for seven years, believes Prince Harry refused to stay with his family at any of their many royal residences in a desperate attempt to show he was “grown up enough to fund himself.”
“It's strange that he doesn't stay at any of the royal residences because obviously when they were growing up they had rooms at Clarence House and Highgrove,” says the ex-butler.
At the same time, according to Harrold, Harry's decision to stay at the hotel “did not make sense” from the point of view of the safety of the king's son.
“If he was staying at one of the royal residences, security would already be there,” said Charles III's former butler, adding that Harry would need his own security team at the hotel.
Let's remember that Prince Harry was shocked by his father's diagnosis.
Also Focus wrote about the appeal of Prince Albert II of Monaco to King Charles III amid news of his illness.