Because of Archie and Lilibet: King Charles III.
enrages Harry and Meghan
Created: 09/15/2022, 18:57
By: Larissa Glunz
Harry, Meghan and the royal family are united in mourning, but behind the scenes it is said to be boiling.
King Charles is said to be opposed to giving his grandchildren the title.
London – The death of Queen Elizabeth II (96, † 2022) is not only associated with a painful farewell for the British royal family, but also with far-reaching changes.
Her eldest son King Charles III.
(73) has inherited the crown, his family has been given new titles.
However, this did not make everyone happy, Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41) should be beside themselves.
Charles Order Harry and Meghan's Children Banned from HRH Titles
Duchess Camilla (75) becomes Queen Consort Camilla, Kate Middleton (40) is the new Princess of Wales – Queen Elizabeth's death on September 8, 2022 started a series of titles that is said to have triggered heated discussions in the palace.
The focus of the royal conflict should be the two children of Harry and Meghan and their new titles.
King Charles III
is now in charge of the British royal family, but Harry and Meghan seem to be struggling with his decisions.
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Three-year-old Archie and his little sister Lilibet (1), as children of the son (Harry) of the monarch (Charles), are now entitled to the titles of Prince and Princess and the predicate titles His/Her Royal Highness (HRH). "Your Royal Highness").
King Charles III wants the latter.
but apparently denied his grandchildren who live in the United States, as an insider confided to The Sun.
The princes and princesses of the British royal family
Archie and Lilibet's cousins Prince George (9) and Prince Louis (4) and their cousin Princess Charlotte (7) have held their royal titles for several years.
As the direct heir to the throne, George has been entitled to the title of sovereignty and prince since birth.
His two siblings run him thanks to an amendment to the royal rulebook implemented by Queen Elizabeth II, which states that all children of Prince William and Kate Middleton will become princes and princesses.
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“There have been a lot of discussions in the last week.
[Harry and Meghan] are angry that Archie and Lilibet cannot take the HRH title.
That's the deal - they can be prince and princess but not HRH because they are not working royals,
" the anonymous Palas source explained.
The counter-argument of the ducal couple of Sussex that Princess Beatrice (34) and Princess Eugenie (32) carry the HRH title, although they do not work in the service of the crown, should not have made Charles rethink.
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The decision of King Charles III.
makes it clear that Prince Harry, despite the shared mourning for the Queen, is still on the sidelines of the family.
This will also be visible at Queen Elizabeth's funeral on September 19th.
As he is not an active Senior Royal, Harry is not allowed to appear in his military uniform for the service at Westminster Abbey.
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