Prince Harry and Meghan to honour late Queen in their own way

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly plan on honouring the late Queen Elizabeth II in their own way after they did not make the invitation list for the royal family’s forthcoming Balmoral Castle gathering.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, reportedly did not make the invitation list for the royal family’s gathering at Balmoral Castle to honour the late Queen Elizabeth II. A source tells Page Six that the pair plan on paying their respects to the late Queen in their own way to mark the anniversary of her death on 8 September.
Prince Harry’s His Royal Highness title may be have been removed from the royal family’s website. However, it seems King Charles will not be stripping Harry and his wife Meghan Markle of their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles as a special gift from the late Queen Elizabeth II.

A source told royal author Robert Jobson – the writer behind Our King Charles III: The Man and the Monarch Revealed says Meghan’s title will not be removed even if she becomes President.

“I was at Royal Ascot the other day and I met a source, who is quite close to the Royal Family,” said Jobson to Daily Express.

“I said, ‘Well, what about all this stuff about stripping titles? If you’re going to have a President Meghan, then surely, they’re not going to want to have their royal titles and they will be kicked out of the line succession?’ I asked. And he absolutely categorically said, that’s just not going to happen,” Jobson continued.

Source: People


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