Meghan Markle, the great absentee of the coronation of King Charles, was spotted taking a walk day after the big event that brought together the most important royals from around the world. Prince Harry has been the only member of the Sussex to attend, a presence that has also generated controversy for the fleeting.
Duchess Meghan has stayed at home in Montecito with her two children Archie and Lili. On Sunday after the coronation she went for a hike in the countryside, doing some exercise and enjoying the air and sunshine of the area. It was precisely during this outing in nature that some images made it clear that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a new bodyguard.
Who is Meghan Markle’s new bodyguard?
Until recently it was known that Alberto Alvarez, who had been responsible for Michael Jackson’s security, was Meghan and Harry’s bodyguard, but the working relationship ended because of the legal problems of Alvarez, who had had encounters with justice for driving under the influence of alcohol and who was also accused of domestic violence.
Now the Sussexes have entrusted their security to Kim Kardashian’s former bodyguard. After her attack in Paris in 2016, Kim felt she needed to change part of her security team; this was not the case with this particular bodyguard who, according to ‘The Sun’, remained by her side before and after.
These bodyguards, as reported in ‘The Sun’, are part of elite teams and usually have a background as “police or military,” explained Steve Stanulis, another former Kardashian bodyguard. “Usually, if someone is good enough to work for stars, it’s not uncommon for more people to want them.”
How much does Meghan and Harry’s security cost?
Since Harry and Meghan left the Royal Household and moved to the United States, they are the ones who are responsible for paying for their private security, whose prices are far from cheap and it is estimated that it could cost about $ 1,500 a day. This is not the only security man they have hired, as the current situation has made them more concerned about their security and that of their children.