On their New York tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hire Taylor Swift’s ‘Defcon 3’ bodyguards.

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On their New York tour, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hire Taylor Swift’s ‘Defcon 3’ bodyguards.

According to rumors, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were seen in New York with Taylor Swift’s bodyguards.

Last week, Prince Harry, 37, and his bride Meghan Markle, 40, went on a three-day trip to New York City. However, according to the MailOnline, the estranged Sussexes were guarded by bodyguards hired by another celebrity.

Taylor Swift, 31, is said to have hired an ex-NYPD officer to accompany the royal couple.

Jimmy, a former police officer, was profiled in a 2014 Rolling Stone article.

The magazine stated in the story that Jimmy offered “Defcon-3 level” security for the American musician.

The security officer is said to live across the hall from Ms Swift’s £11.2 million penthouse in a £3.7 million flat.

Jimmy, on the other hand, is claimed to have control of the building’s front door locks and bolts it up regardless of who comes in and out.

One of Taylor Swift’s Tribeca neighbors is British-born actor Orlando Bloom.

Jimmy was joined in New York by a “shorter,” “burlier” guard in his 40s, according to the MailOnline.

The couple was reportedly sighted at the Carlyle Hotel on the city’s Upper East Side, where the Sussexes were staying on their trip to New York.

Harry and Meghan paid their respects at a 9/11 memorial and took the stage at the Global Citizen concert in Central Park during their visit.

The Sussexes, on the other hand, aren’t the only members of the Firm who have recently been linked to the 11-time Grammy winner.

A royal analyst stated earlier this year that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had considered collaborating with the American artist.

Charlie Lankston of the Daily Mail said: “We hear they’ve brought up the possibility of getting to know Taylor Swift a little better.

“I don’t think they’ve already set a date in their calendar.

“I feel it is possible that we may see them collaborate on a project in the not-too-distant future.”

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