Nigel Farage has hit out at Prince Harry over him not attending his grandfather Prince Philip’s memorial service as he tells the Duke he doesn't “want to see him back in this country ever again”.
Harry confirmed earlier this month that he would not be attending the late Duke of Edinburgh's memorial service at Westminster Abbey.
The Duke of Sussex’s absence is believed to be due to his ongoing legal battle with the Home Office over police protection.
Harry has offered to pay for protection himself after raising concerns over the safety of his family if they come back to the UK.
However, Farage was not happy with Harry not attending his grandfather’s thanksgiving service along with other members of the Royal Family.
He described the decision as showing “disrespect” and “that level of petulance is beyond disbelief.”
Speaking to Sky News Australia following the service, Farage said, “Well if he can’t come back to support his grandmother, if he can’t come back to pay tribute to his grandfather, who was a truly remarkable man, who gave great service in war time and peace time to our country, and to our friends in the Commonwealth, then I hope he never comes back again”.
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He continued with his remarks by adding: “I don’t want to see him back in this country ever again”.
Harry is currently in the US, where he lives with wife Meghan Markle and their children in California following their decision to leave the Royal Family.
Although Harry did not return to the UK, he is expected to make the trip to the Netherlands in April for the Invictus Games.
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Harry was seen in a promotional video with four people and ended the message speaking Dutch and said: “Thank you. See you soon in The Hague.”
The tweet with the video said: “ Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, is getting ready for the Netherlands with some Dutch lessons.
“We look forward to giving him a warm welcome in #TheHague.
“As we all prepare for The Games, our thoughts are with Team Ukraine, as well as their friends & family.”
The Invictus Games will take place in The Hague from April 16-22.
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