Prince Harry, Meghan Markle React to Archie, Lilibet’s Title Snubs

Unfair treatment? Archie and Lilibet’s title controversy is getting hotter and hotter. Following Queen Elizabeth’s death, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are fighting for their children to have royal titles.

The change of title occurred after the death of Queen Elizabeth. Archie and Lilibet are currently considered Princes and Princesses, however they cannot have the titles of Royal or Highness. A source said Sun, “That’s the deal – they can be princes and princesses but not HRH because they’re not working royals” The decision came after “a lot of negotiations over the past week”. The source continued, “They have been restless since the Queen passed away,” and “always insist that Archie and Lilibet are princes and princesses. But they were furious when Archie and Lilibet couldn’t claim the HRH title. “

Meghan first voiced her opposition to title and confidentiality regulations for her children in an interview with Oprah in March 2021. Meghan and Harry explained how Archie’s lack of a princely title had led to the complications for them with royal like. “They’re saying they don’t want him to be a prince or a princess, which is going to be different from protocol and that he won’t get privacy,” Meghan said. “This has been going on in the last few months of my pregnancy, where I’m going, wait a second.”

According to People, under current guidelines, the monarch’s great-grandchildren are not princes and princesses except for the children of the eldest son of Prince Charles, the first in line to the throne. This exception is why Prince William (who is second in line to the throne) and Kate Middleton’s children are Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. When King Charles inherited the throne, Archie and Lilibet became princes and princesses now Harry is the king’s son.

The Queen died on September 8, 2022, in Balmoral Castle in Scotland. When he was officially proclaimed monarch, he said in his speech, “How deeply I know you and the entire nation and I think I can say that the whole world sympathizes with me first.” irreparable losses we all have to endure. It is the greatest comfort for me to know the sympathy so many have for my sister and brothers and the overwhelming love and support that should be extended to our entire family. me before our loss. For all of us as a family. ” He continued, “My mother’s reign is unparalleled in its time, dedication, and devotion. Even as we grieve, we thank this most faithful life. I accept deeply aware of this great inheritance and the heavy duties and responsibilities of sovereignty that have now been entrusted to me”.

Queen Elizabeth: The Life of a Modern Monarch

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For more on the British royal family, check out the 2012 biography of Sally Bedell Smith, Queen Elizabeth: The Life of a Modern Monarch
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New York Times bestseller, featuring the “true story” behind some of the storylines featured in Netflix Crown, which follows the life of Queen Elizabeth II from her childhood as “queen heir” to her father, King George VI; until the time he met her husband, Prince Philip, when she was 13 years old; ascended to the throne at the age of 25 in 1952. Queen Elizabeth, including interviews with Buckingham Palace sources and never-before-seen documents, provides a closer look at the Queen’s legacy as one of the most famous kings in recent history.

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