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Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle agree to remove royal words from their identities


Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have agreed not to use the word royal in future branding as a financially independent couple. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in talks with the Buckingham Palace team in the wake of the process of separation from royal duties. There are some complexities in this as the couple’s royal title is being used in their charitable work and other such works.


The couple’s spokesperson released his address on media speculation about the issue and said in a statement that the Duke and Duchess were planning to set up a non-profit organization. They have agreed that their non-profit organization will not be known as the ‘Sussex Royal Foundation‘, citing special rules of the UK government regarding the use of the word royal.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle | Image: Fox News

The name of the new organization is going to be announced soon. Harry (35) and Markel (38) are currently living in a luxurious bungalow on Vancouver Island in Canada with their nine-month-old son Archie.


Harry occupies the sixth position in the British crown race and will continue to hold the rank of Major Ranked Lieutenant Commander and Swadron Leader in the Army, but will not be able to use honorary military positions nor perform official duties associated with them.

These positions will remain vacant during the 12-month pilot period in the process of leaving the royal title, although they will have the option to accept these roles.

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Similarly, the couple will retain the title of His and Her Royal Highness (HRS) but they have agreed not to use the title in their new independent role. The couple had registered their website in March last year but now they want to give it a facelift.

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