Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are not coming back. A year after the Megxit, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex informed Elizabeth II that they would not be resuming their titles as senior members of the Royal Family, and that they would no longer represent the Queen. “As a result of conversations with the Duke, the Queen confirmed that by moving away from the work of the Royal Family, it is not possible for him to continue to carry out the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of service public “, could one read in a press release. A hard blow for the Windsors, but not for Elizabeth II, who continues her reign surrounded by good people.
Indeed, last December, the queen had not already included Meghan Markle and Prince Harry among the “magnificent seven”, as they are nicknamed at the palace, which will represent the British monarchy in 2021. But now that this divorce is recorded , Elizabeth II, has promised a “new start” for the royal family. “She now considers the case closed,” said a palace close to The Mirror, and now hopes that the senior members “will unite” to represent The Firm, namely, the monarchy.
Elizabeth II not gentle with the Sussexes
It must be said that among the terms of the separation between the Windsor and the Sussex couple, Elizabeth II had been very firm about the “half in, half out” model demanded by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who wanted to continue their personal commitments and plans while continuing to represent the Royal Family. “You work for the monarchy, the monarchy does not work for you”, she even retorted, she who always knew that this statute would not work. “Their idea was to have a ‘third way’ to be a member of the Crown. And the Queen just said, ‘no you can’t’.” Consuming the separation once and for all.
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