Trump says USA will not pay for Harry and Meghan's security

Meghan Markle wants to delve right back into writing with a cookbook being one of her top goals  File

Meghan Markle wants to delve right back into writing with a cookbook being one of her top goals File

It was reported the couple had moved with their son Archie from Vancouver Island - where they went after leaving the United Kingdom and renouncing their royal life - to Los Angeles. It remains unclear who will pay for the couple's security detail following their move to California last week, but President Trump's Twitter message has given some clarity on the fact that he is not planning to pick up the bill. "They must pay!" Trump had tweeted.

Donald Trump has reignited the row over who should pay to provide security for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

It was also reported that they will be living in a secluded compound in Los Angeles, Meghan's hometown and haven't ventured out amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The royal reportedly revealed his regrets about this during one of his last engagements when he appeared at the Mountbatten Festival of Music at London's Royal Albert Hall alongside the Duchess of Sussex earlier this month.

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Representatives for Meghan did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment Sunday.

He wrote, "I am a great friend and admirer of the Queen & the United Kingdom". Meghan, who was on maternity leave at the time, was not among them.

Reacting to Trump's snide remark, their spokesperson said, "The duke and duchess have no plans to ask the U.S. government for security resources". They will no longer be referred to as His or Her Royal Highness, and they have agreed, at the palace's insistence, to stop using their SussexRoyal brand.

Harry, Meghan and their baby, Archie, have spent most of the year in the Vancouver area of British Columbia.

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"Privately-funded security arrangements have been made".

As extremely public figures (and former/estranged royals), of course, they'll need a more significant and beefy security presence than even the average celebrity would think to need. The official Sussex Royal website's Spring 2020 Transition outline says the couple will require "effective security to protect them and their son."

The couple lost their right to be called "his and her royal highness" (HRH) much as Harry's late mother Princess Diana did when she divorced Prince Charles in another family drama that upset the Queen in 1996.

Recently, the couple boarded a private plane to Los Angeles.

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