Prince Harry And Meghan Are No Longer Royal Members Of The Royal Family

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April 1st marks the first day of Prince Harry and Meghan’s new life. What does this mean?

They will no longer be able to carry the names His and Her Royal Highness.

They won’t be able to use the name “Sussex Royal” when speaking of their non-profit organization.


They also no longer represent The Queen Mother.

BUT, they are still a part of the royal family, still hang out with royal people, and NOPE, it doesn’t hurt Harry’s chance in the line of succession.

They will still be getting financial help from Prince Charles, but the funds have to come from his private estate — the Duchy of Cornwall.

Harry and Meghan will also still be allowed to keep their house on the Windsor Estate, but they have to pay back the almost $3 Million American that were used of the Public Funds.

It was thought they were going to take up residence in Canada, as they bought a house in Vancouver, but — and this is according to President Trump — the family left for the United States, and “the US will not pay for their security protection.”

So, who knows where exactly they will end up. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out!

Does this mean they are now common? I don’t think so, but I don’t know how all that works. Ha! Someone school me!

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend the next few months focusing on their family and continuing to do what they can, safely and privately, to support and work with their pre-existing charitable commitments while developing their future nonprofit organization,” the couple’s team said in Monday’s statement.


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