No matter how tense things get – and how it ends, as the second installment of the Netflix documentary Harry & Meghan airs Thursday – King Charles is unlikely to ever strip the Suss*xes of their titles, royal insiders say.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received the Duke and Duchess of Suss*x titles from the late Queen Elizabeth II on their wedding day, May 19, 2018.
But the couple’s critics said the couple should lose their titles after the first three episodes of the Netflix show released last week, in which they revealed even more about their miserable life behind the palace walls. Page six reports.
Piers Morgan tweeted: “King Charles must strip these two poison rats of all remaining titles and ties to the royal family, and do so quickly before they destroy the monarchy.”
However, one palace source reported Page six: “The king would most likely never think of depriving them of their title … mainly because it would be too petty and punitive.”
Furthermore, the source added: “This will only lead to the Suss*xes saying it was a retaliatory action and proof that they were never needed in the royal family.”
In a new trailer for the Netflix series released on Monday, Markle, 41, says: “I wasn’t thrown to the wolves, I was fed to the wolves.”
Meanwhile, Harry adds, “They were happy to lie to protect my brother.” [Prince William]. They never wanted to tell the truth to protect us.”
The identity of the “they” referenced by 38-year-old Harry is unclear from the trailer, though as Page six revealed, the couple will talk about the persecution by palace officials.
Even if the Suss*xes had been stripped of their titles, Markle would have received another honorary title, according to royal protocol: Princess Henry. (Only princesses born into royalty are allowed to use their given names. A woman who marries with the title of princess, such as Princess Michael of Kent, takes her husband’s name.)
“Given that the Suss*xes called the show simply Harry and Megan, they must commit to stop using their titles,” said one royal observer. “Otherwise they send mixed messages.
“Do they want to be normal, albeit extremely powerful people – or do they want to live in the shadow of their former royal life?”
This was announced by the managing editor of Majesty Joe Little. Page six that nothing prevents Harry from relinquishing his titles, adding: “Harry can relinquish his princely title if he wishes, as did Princess Patricia of Connaught, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, when she married a commoner just over a century ago. “.
Harry and Meghan are believed to want their children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, to enjoy royal titles, but Charles is believed to be waiting for the Netflix show and Harry’s memoir to arrive. Sparebefore January 10 – no.
As Page six It was previously reported that the Suss*xes are still expected to attend Charles’s coronation in May, no matter what happens in the coming weeks.
Representatives for the Suss*xes and the king were unavailable for comment.
This article originally appeared on New York Post and reproduced with permission
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