Do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Nonetheless Have Royal Titles?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new Netflix docuseries, “Harry & Meghan,” premiered on Dec. 8, and in case you have been questioning, they won’t be returning as working royals, Buckingham Palace formally introduced on Feb. 19, 2021.

Following their 12-month assessment interval, the late Queen Elizabeth II confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped away from “the work of the royal family” and that their “honorary navy appointments and royal patronages” had been returned. Although the couple have been stripped from their roles, Harry and Markle nonetheless have their royal titles (at the very least for now, anyway).

When Harry and Markle first introduced their royal exit in January 2020, it was understood that they’d maintain their HRH types however not actively use them and that they’d proceed to be generally known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton, and the Baron and Baroness Kilkeel. As of now, this has not modified.

Harry will even proceed his work with the Invictus Video games and his Sentebale charity, whereas Markle will stay a patron of the Mayhew animal welfare charity and Sensible Works.

“As evidenced by their work over the previous yr, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stay dedicated to their responsibility and repair to the UK and all over the world, and have provided their continued assist to the organizations they’ve represented no matter official position,” the pair beforehand stated in a joint assertion after being faraway from a majority of their patronages. “We are able to all stay a lifetime of service. Service is common.”

The second installment of “Harry & Meghan” hits Netflix on Dec. 15.

Picture Supply: Getty / Chris Jackson

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