Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, stepped down from their senior royals at the start of 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have since moved to California with their son, Archie, and are planning financial independence from them. the Royal family. However, the Queen barred the royal couple from using their titles in a professional capacity.
Royal expert Marilyn Koenig said Meghan and Harry should go to Sussex like other royals who work.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Ms. Koenig said: “I have written that I think it would be smart for them to only use Sussex.
“For a simple reason, in business, they are Eugenie York and Beatrice York.
“When Prince Edward ran the enthusiasts, it was Edward Windsor.”
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Koenig also made it clear that Harry needed to “face the consequences” of leaving the royal family because he had lost his military titles to another member.
Harry has been stripped of his titles: Captain General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Commander of the Air Force at Royal Hunington Air Force Base, and Honorary Commodore of Small Ships and Dive of the Royal Naval Command.
Ms Koenig said Prince William was likely to win the titles.
She said, “He already knew he was going to lose his position with the Marines.
According to the book Finding Freedom by Omid Scobey and Caroline Durand, Harry is devastated by the loss of roles.
Mr. Scobie and Mrs. Durand wrote: “Harry’s lifelong commitment to the Army was the reason why the Mountbatten Music Festival Three Days later was a particularly difficult moment; a Captain General was to be wearing the Royal Navy outfit for the last time.
During a backstage conversation, upon arrival, Harry told Major General Matthew Holmes; I was shocked to have to step down. “
Megan later told a friend of hers: “It was not very necessary,” about the decision to strip Harry of military honors.