Queen to let Meghan Markle and Prince Harry keep Sussex title ‘Not that kind of person’

Queen won't strip Sussexes of titles claims Ayesha Hazarika

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The Queen has been facing calls to revoke Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s titles due to confusion about whether the couple are trying to be celebrities or royals. The Duchess of Sussex has recently been accused of lobbying US senators using her royal status. The pair stepped down as working members of the Royal Family in 2020 and they are no longer allowed to use their HRH style. 

Jeremy Vine panelist Ayesha Hazarika forecast the Queen will not strip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles.

She said: “In terms of them losing their title, that is not really something for Piers Morgan, it should be down to the Queen.”

“I think the Queen out of everybody – and I do include Megan and Harry – has taken the most common sense, humane attitude to all of this.

“She’s the person that sort of got that deal through. Remember, they have lost a title already. They’re not Her Royal Highness or His Royal Highness anymore. She was never a Princess in her own right.

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“Whether or not you strip the whole, you know, Duchess and Duke of Sussex thing, I think that’s very much for her.

“Personally, I think she will take the view that this admission is going to do their reputation a big hit.”

Ms Hazarika then asked: “Will she and the Palace just look extra vindictive, like Piers Morgan, to just literally just go in for the final kill.

“I don’t think she is that kind of person.”

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“My strong advice to everyone involved in all of this and I have strongly defended Meghan Markle and Harry, I met Prince Harry and we discussed all of this in person.”

“He did an event in Edinburgh. My strong advice to everyone involved. I think the Queen would very much think this. We’ve got to have a ceasefire on this now.

“It’s been going on for such a long time.”

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When the pair stepped back as working royals, they moved to Los Angeles with their son Archie. 

They later welcomed their second child, daughter Lilibet Diana, in June 2021.

Meghan, Archie and Lilibet have not been back to the UK since the Sussex’s left. 

Harry has returned twice, once for his grandfather Philip’s funeral, and more recently for the unveiling of the statue of his late mother, Princess Diana. 

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