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Harry and Meghan have 'VVIP status' for Netherlands trip

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Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been given "VVIP status" by Dutch police. They will be joined by a private security team for their visit to The Hague. They have been told there is "no credible threat" to their safety. The couple underwent "hostile environment" training with the security team.
3 months ago·The Hague, Netherlands

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