Although they have broken their commitments to the British monarchy, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not lost their royal titles. According to several sources interviewed by the “Daily Mail”, King Charles III has already decided.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are at odds with the English royal family, and this is not likely to get better. For example, for the third year in a row, Archie and Lilibet’s parents will not participate in the traditional Christmas dinner alongside the Windsors. If their stormy relations with the British Crown regularly make the headlines across the Channel, one subject often comes to the forefront: their royal titles. If they have abandoned their responsibilities within the royal family and now live in the United States, Harry and Meghan Markle remain Duke and Duchess of Sussex, even if Elizabeth II had removed the appellation of “Royal Highness” from them. They also have got their children to receive the titles of prince and princess after the accession to the throne of Charles III. A situation that displeases many Britons: according to a YouGov survey carried out for the Times at the start of the year, 44% of those surveyed now believe Harry should have his title stripped, compared to 32% who held the opposite view.
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What about the king’s opinion? According to certain sources close to Buckingham interviewed by the Daily Mail, Charles III does not intend to overthrow the couple of his titles. One of them states that the monarch is not “not a punitive man” and that he would not wish “never humiliate” his youngest son and his daughter-in-law. If the latest controversies launched by the publication ofEndgame by Omid Scobie (or End of reign in French) lead the palace to “consider all options”other sources indicate to our colleagues that demoting the Sussexes is not one of them.
A shocking work against the British monarchy
Close to the Sussexes and author of a biography about them, Omid Scobie has distilled new revelations about the British Crown in his shocking work, published in France on December 1st. He notably revealed the jokes with which those close to the monarchy would have heaped the former star of Suits. The first Dutch translation of the essay had to be withdrawn from sale because it revealed the name of one of the people accused of racism by Meghan Markle.
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