Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s home targetted by intruders
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s California mansion has been the target of intruders twice in just two weeks.
The Sussexes were inside their $14 million mansion in the town of Montecito with their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one when the alarm went off.
Santa Barbara Police arrived at the home on May 19 at 5:44pm following reports of a trespasser.
Then 12 days later on May 31 at 3.21pm, the alarm was once again triggered, just hours before the Sussexes were due to leave for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Police attended the home once again and reported the incidents as trespassing, property crimes and “suspicious circumstances” by police.
Their mansion has been broken into a total of six times in 14 months.
It comes as Prince Harry won a case to sue the Home Office who cut his police protection after he left the Royal Family.
Shaeed Fatima QC, who is representing Harry in court, said the Prince believes the Queen’s private secretary, Sir Edward Young “should not have been involved” in the decision.
The couple have had to hire ex-President Barack Obama's former bodyguard Christopher Sanchez and Michael Jackson's former security chief Alberto Alvarez to keep them safe.
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