This week, royal accounts revealed that the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex’s Africa tour cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of pounds. The news comes as it emerged the Queen could see a £35 million shortfall in funding.
The trip, which included a tour of Botswana and South Africa, cost taxpayers £245,000.
Accounts also revealed that Her Majesty is facing a £35million gap in funding.
However, she has reportedly said she would not rely on a Government bailout.
Sir Michael Stevens, the Keeper of the Privy Purse, said: “We have no intention of asking for extra funding and will look to…