The children of Prince Harry and Meghan have received royal titles, but a royal specialist thinks they still want more.

NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Following his accession to the British throne, King Charles III has decided to bestow the titles of prince and princess on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children.

Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not bestowed the titles of prince and princess at birth because of how the letters patent were interpreted, a royal expert told Fox News Digital.

The titles of prince and princess are reserved for the sovereign’s grandchildren, according to the letters patent.

As a result, there was a lot of discussion about this during the Oprah interview because Meghan claimed that Archie was entitled to be a prince but that the family had rejected him. That was incorrect. That was wrong, according to royal authority Shannon Felton Spence.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly angry that their children, Archie and Lilibet, will not receive HRH titles. However, King Charles has agreed to give them prince and princess titles, a royal expert told Fox News Digital.

She said, “Archie was not yet the sovereign’s grandchild. He was the sovereign’s great-grandchild. Thus, titles there are made up. The CEO is the sovereign with regard to this fictitious guidance document, and they are free to interpret it however they see fit. At the time, it had been assumed that Archie was not the sovereign’s grandchild.

It is unclear why the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are no longer working members of the royal family, want the HRH titles for their children.

Prince Harry and Markle’s children are the sovereign’s grandchildren now that Charles has succeeded to the throne.

Now that it is Harry’s birthday and the monarch has given them the titles, I think it is lovely, Spence added. Being the sovereign’s grandchild is a privilege. This is fantastic, and I believe that it should demonstrate that a paper was the only obstacle.

Despite not being the sovereign’s grandchildren, Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children were given the titles of prince and princess at birth because they are next in line to the throne, according to the royal expert.

Spence also outlined the reasons why the children of Harry and Markle are unlikely to be given His/Her Royal Highness (HRH) titles at this time.

Since they were working royals, Harry has always had one, and Meghan received one when they were married, according to Spence, who spoke to Fox News Digital. “Their first permanent position was serving the royal family. Using the HRH titles just grants extra rights, such as state-funded security. Due to this, neither Her Royal Highness, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, nor His Royal Highness, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, are used anymore. They don’t use them, but they won’t take them either.

Because they are not working royals and their parents do not use them, Archie and Lili will not currently receive them, she explained. “That doesn’t mean they won’t ever succeed in obtaining them. It just implies that HRH is not available at this time. In California, it actually has no impact on their life at all.

Harry and Meghan sit with son Archie during their tour in Cape Town, South Africa.

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