Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have concerns about their family's safety. While they feel protected in the United State, the case is, reportedly, different in the United Kingdom.

Sources explained to Us Weekly that the royal-born Prince has good reasons to fear for their security. It is claimed that they have already received "a lot of death threats."

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's worries on the matter, reportedly, began when their security in the U.K. was taken away. As reiterated, they lost their guards when they left their positions as working royals.

The insiders continued that Prince Harry has yet to forgive his family for putting Meghan Markle and their child in "possible danger." It was a "very scary time" for the three Sussex Royals.

Now, with a new addition to their family, the Duke of Sussex, allegedly, wants their U.S. security team to have access to top-secret intelligence in the United Kingdom. This would apply when they fly back to his home country.

Although they already offered to shoulder all the costs, the requests were denied. This is why he, reportedly, believes that they are being "treated unfairly."

In the end, the insiders argued that the Sussex Royals "still need extra protection." As explained, just because they can no longer use their royal titles, it does not mean that they are not royals, especially the youngest son of Prince Charles.

It remains unconfirmed, though, whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have, indeed, received death threats. It, also, appears to be mere speculation that the former wants their privately funded security team in the United States to acquire access to secret intelligence.

To set the record straight, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex released an official statement through the royal-born Prince's legal representative. As pointed out, the Sussex Royals have been "subjected to well-documented neo-Nazi and extremist threats."

In addition, while the former working royals have a private security team in the U.S., the said security "cannot replicate" the protection that they need in the royals' home country. This is why they want to pay for such security when they fly back to the United Kingdom.

Despite the lengthy explanation, though, some commentators believe that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are using the current security issue "as an excuse." They are, reportedly, utilizing it as a reason not to return to the U.K. for Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee, according to the Daily Star.

It is, also, added that the latest security row will give the Duke and Duchess of Sussex the opportunity to "blame the Government and the Royal Family."