Security headache as Meghan Markle plans to leave baby Archie in Canada

Security headache as Meghan Markle plans to leave baby Archie in Canada while she joins Prince Harry in the UK at an extra cost of up to £50,000 Meghan plans to leave Archie in Canada 'costing £50,000' for this week alone Canada is withdrawing their cover because of the couple’s ‘change in status’ Experts say the Sussexes’ decision to live abroad will see security bills rocket 

By Rebecca English Royal Editor For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:00 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 06:57 GMT, 2 March 2020

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The Duchess of Sussex plans to leave her baby son Archie in Canada when she returns to the UK this week, causing an expensive headache for her police protection commanders.

Metropolitan Police officers guarding them and Prince Harry have arranged major security operations in both nations – at huge cost to the British taxpayer.

Meghan, 38, is due to join Harry, 35, for three engagements in Britain before they step down from royal duties on March 31.

Archie is seventh in line to the throne, but has not spent any ¿meaningful¿ time with his grandparents or cousins, according to one royal insider. Harry and Meghan will fly back to Canada after the Commonwealth Day Service on March 9, and their Buckingham Palace office will close on April 1

Archie is seventh in line to the throne, but has not spent any ‘meaningful’ time with his grandparents or cousins, according to one royal insider. Harry and Meghan will fly back to Canada after the Commonwealth Day Service on March 9, and their Buckingham Palace

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