The chances of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle losing their titles as Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “extremely unlikely,” Express.co.uk said.The release of Harry’s “perfectly true” memoir.
On Wednesday, a royal commentator suggested Prince Harry’s dismissal from the duchy could be “his last ace card” for Charles III, depending on what all the memoirs hit shelves next year. did.
Prince Harry, 38, married Meghan Markle in Windsor in May 2018 and was given the title Duke of Sussex.
A Buckingham Palace statement at the time said the Queen was “delighted to bestow the title of duke” on her grandson ahead of the couple’s wedding.
Harry also earned the titles Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel.
The title Duke of Sussex had not been used by a member of the royal family for many years, since it was created by George III in 1801.
The monarch at the time gave the title to his son Augustus Frederick, who died in 1843.
He had no heirs to inherit the title and the title of Duke of Sussex fell out of use.
However, since Prince Harry won the title, he and Meghan have abandoned several royal affiliations to pursue independent lives in the United States.
The couple announced they were stepping back from royal life in 2020, and have since lost access to the HRH title, as well as many of their royal patronage and military roles.
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He added: “Depending on what is being said, behavior that is only in bad taste may be best ignored and may not deserve the attention of statutory deprivation.”
On Thursday, royal expert Daniela Elser posed the question: “If Harry were to fall to the scorched earth with a ‘spare’, would he have no choice but to leave his father?” I was.
The Sovereign acknowledged that “he himself cannot quickly prosper the cursed fountain pen and remove the second Duke of Sussex, but he will take action of Parliament”, allowing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to use the titles. He also raised the possibility that it could be stopped.Publicly without Congressional action.
Earlier this week, Tom Bower, an unofficial biographer of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and a vocal critic of the pair, called for the couple to be stripped of their titles.
He told Good Morning Britain on Monday, “If you think of us, this is our family and this is Britain, we don’t need to hold the title anymore.”
He added: “They always make money by parading themselves as dukes, duchesses and princes after exchanging their titles.
“Then why should they be recognized as dukes and duchesses if they want to make money destroying Britain?”