Prince Harry and Meghan Markles Californian mansion targeted by intruders

The Sussexes have suffered a number of near security breaches at their mansion in California – including two recent attempted break-ins.

Santa Barbara police records, obtained by the Sun, reveal there have been six alerts on the Montecito property in the space of 14 months – with the most recent two reports of intruders happening within a 12-day period just months ago.

The first, which was listed as 'trespasser,' 'property crimes' and 'suspicious circumstances' took place on the couple's anniversary, May 19 2022, at 5.44pm.

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Shortly afterwards, the same alerts were used after an intruder was reported at 3.21 pm on May 31 – hours before the Sussexes jetted back to the UK to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

During the second call, the couple’s security team had requested 'documentation of a trespasser, who left'.

The Sussexes have a chequered past in dealing with intruders, with a man having been caught trespassing there on Christmas Eve 2020.

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He was escorted from the premises and given a stern warning not to return.

This is the latest in a stream of headlines swarming around the couple, with the combined impact of their stagnant Netflix deal, Harry's delayed book deal and continued tensions between the pair and the Royal Family meaning they frequently make the news.

Most recently, it was announced that panicking Harry, who has now had to push back the date of his book launch several times, could face a publishing battle with pal Michelle Obama as the launches of their memoirs appear now to clash.

Both books are set to be released by the same publisher – Penguin Random House and the end of the year, with Obama’s book coming as the follow-up to her previous best-seller, Becoming, which made approximate 14 million sales.

The publication could potentially steal some of Harry’s thunder – possibly even hinder the success of his book's sales, in what is a new blow to the estranged royal.

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