Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to be worried about their exit from the British royal family.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex lowered down From the official royal website alongside the disgraced Prince Andrew.
Royal biographer Phil Dampier confirmed to Fox News Digital earlier comments he made about the apparently premeditated move, which was seen as disdain.
He revealed on Wednesday: “Harry and Meghan must be concerned that they are slowly being pushed away from the royal photo.” “King Charles appears reluctant to give the Prince and Princess titles to Archie and Lillibet. The fact that they have been ‘downgraded’ on the palace’s website is another indication that they are not seen as members of the royal family.”
“The king will want to make it clear that they are not serving as members of the royal family and cannot appear as members of the semi-official royal family,” he added.
The “Royal Family” tab on the royal website gives visitors the option to learn more about each member of the extended family. With the loss of Queen Elizabeth II, the page has been updated to reflect the reign of the new monarch.
After Charles comes his wife, Queen Consort Camilla, followed by the next successor to the monarchy, the Prince of Wales, William, and Princess of Wales, Catherine. Harry does not follow his older brother and his wife. Instead, next is the Earl and Countess of Wessex, better known as Edward and Sophie.
Edward, the youngest child The late Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh, they are not even in the direct order of succession to the crown.
After the Countess of Wessex comes Princess Anne, followed by the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester. Then comes Princess Alexandra and the Duke of Kent before viewers finally see the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Andrew finally came, right below.
Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, as well as Mary Christine, have been removed from the site.
In 2019, Andrew announced that he was Retreat from public life After his disastrous TV interview where he tried to address allegations of sexual assault against him. In 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced that they will step down as senior members of the royal family.
According to Valentine Law’s new book, Servants: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown, it was the Queen who felt that the spouses could not be “allowed to perform official duties” unless they followed the rules that apply to all work roles.
“There was a very clear view: you can’t go in and out,” a source told Low, as reported in an excerpt published by the UK Times. “And if you have such clarity of vision, it’s very hard to say, ‘Why don’t we go 10% this way instead of 20%?’”
In the wake of the Queen’s death, Harry’s relationship with his family has come under intense scrutiny.
While the couple’s children may be entitled to royal titles now that Charles is king, no changes to Archie and Lillibet’s names have been announced.
After the Queen’s death on September 8, the 73-year-old announced that William and his wife would inherit the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales.
Some royal experts have speculated that Charles will make a decision about his grandchildren’s surnames after Harry’s upcoming memoirs are published. While the book was originally scheduled for release later this year, some believe the book has been pushed back to 2023.
Others noted that Charles’ goal was always to have a low-key property with fewer working royals. Reducing the number of royals also means reducing who is funded by the Sovereign Grant, or the public funds used to support them.
during Her 2021 interview with Oprah WinfreyMarkle said there was a conversation about addresses before Archie was born.
“They were saying they didn’t want him to be a prince or a princess, which would be different from protocol, that he wouldn’t get security,” the 41-year-old said. “This has continued for the last few months of pregnancy where I was going, wait a second.”
The former US actress said she would have accepted Archie’s surname if it “meaning he would be safe”.
“This is not our decision,” she said. “Although I have a great deal of clarity about what comes with good and bad titles… that’s their natural right to decide.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex live with their children in Montecito, California.
Ashley Papa of Fox News Digita contributed to this report.