A conservative group is calling for Prince Harry’s deportation upon his accession past drug use, including cocaine, cannabis and ayahuasca in his autobiography “Spare”. The Heritage Foundation is demanding that the US government deny Harry’s visa and deport him.
Although applicants for US visas are usually asked about past drug use, visa records are considered confidential and legal experts say they are unsure whether Harry’s past drug use could affect his visa. whether the situation will be threatened or not.
Prince Harry, who lives in Los Angeles with his wife Meghan Markle and their two children, apparently has no plans to seek permanent residency or US citizenship.
Nevertheless, the Heritage Foundation wants to know everything about Prince Harry’s visa status, insisting that he was not properly investigated.
According to Talk TV, Heritage House director Mike Powell said, “This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illegal substance use and whether he will be properly screened before entering the United States.” was done.”
Meanwhile, papa’s coronation is coming
Prince Harry and Meghan have reportedly not been selected to be present on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during their soon-to-be coronation. coronation of king charles, is scheduled for May 6. The Sun reported that only ‘serving members’ of the royal family are given the honour. Therefore, it does not include Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Andrew, whose sex is scandalous Partnership with Jeffrey Epstein clearly termed it as distasteful. In the wake of being whisked away from the balcony, it is still unclear whether Harry and Meghan will attend the coronation in any capacity.
What’s on the balcony, you ask?
The balcony’s presence is part of the traditional post-service fly over London, where the newly-anointed King and Queen stand with other royals and wave. So far the balcony brigade consists of Prince William, Kate and their three children.
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