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Prince Harry and Meghan drop Royal Highness titles

Prince Harry and Meghan,the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have dropped the HRH (His Royal Highness) titles.

The two Harry and Meghan have also began plans to have an independent lifestyle including not working or representing the Queen.

A statement from Buckingham Palace confirmed they will cut down on their official duties and instead relocate to North America.

A meeting between the older family members and the Queen has been held to discus the way forward.

The palace released a statement from the Queen indicating how the couple and their son Archie will always be loved.

The statement went forward to congratulate Meghan Markle how she quickly adopted to her new status.

Queen Elizabeth noted how they became the talk of town as the media was always on them.

Harry,35 and wife Meghan,38 will however remain the Duke and Duchess of Sussex but will stay away from their royal duties from now on.

What Harry and Meghan’s new life means

The couples will from now henceforth not receive public money and will also repay back the money they used to furnish their Windsor cottage.

A total of 2.4 million pounds of public money is expected to be paid back as they begin their independent life.

Currently Meghan is in Scotland with Archie as Harry is expected to join them soon.

Prince Harry and Meghan drop Royal Highness titles
Slavian Mwangecho
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