Prince Harry is allegedly doing so much harm to Queen Elizabeth II that he is making her things more challenging than ever.

Following her latest health scare, Queen Elizabeth II has yet to recover fully. Some royal admirers are also concerned since she has been receiving negative news, likely making her nervous and uneasy.

Amid Prince Charles' cash-for-honors controversy and Prince Andrew's legal case, Prince Harry added to the pressure by filing a lawsuit against the Home Office for allegedly refusing to allow him to pay for police security for his family while they were in the UK.

Prince Harry had security concerns when he met the sick youngsters in Kew Gardens before the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue, according to MyLondon. He was reportedly hounded by paparazzi photographers after visiting the WellChild garden party prior to the event.

It has now prompted him to initiate a lawsuit against the Home Office, claiming that they are unable to return to "his home" because it is too hazardous for his entire family. According to the royal prince's representatives, he is seeking a judicial review because he prefers to pay for protection rather than burdening taxpayers with the cost.

"Prince Harry inherited a security risk at birth, for life. He remains sixth in line to the throne, served two tours of combat duty in Afghanistan, and in recent years his family has been subjected to well-documented neo-Nazi and extremist threats," the representative told the PA news agency via Mirror.

The statement added that while his status as a senior royal has changed, the threat to his safety and security still exists.

 

Piers Morgan retaliated after his bombshell demand, accusing him of making Her Majesty's life more difficult by threatening legal action.

The former "Good Morning Britain" journalist wrote for an online tabloid that the Duke of Sussex's decision had become another major headache "at the worst conceivable time."

"All of this will hurt the Queen even more. All of it is an absolute disgrace. Shame on you, Harry and Andrew. Where the Queen's proven herself to be the very best of royalty, you two - in very different ways - have proven yourselves to be the very worst," he wrote in his column.

Prince Harry has yet to respond to Morgan's recent rebuke. Still, most royal fans agreed with the journalist's viewpoints and sided with him this time.

Prince Andrew, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Prince Andrew, Duke of York; Queen Elizabeth II; and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, watch the racing as they attend Derby Day of the Investec Derby Festival at Epsom Racecourse on June 1, 2013, in Epsom, England. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images