Meghan Markle saw her life change dramatically when she became Prince Harry’s wife. After a wedding with great pomp on May 19, 2018, attended by two billion people around the world and which cost nearly 35 million euros, the situation has gradually deteriorated. Until becoming unlivable. For their well-being, the royal spouses therefore made the decision to leave England and royal life, to live a new life in Los Angeles, far from the protocol and the obligations linked to their rank. This is the famous “Megxit”, announced in January 2020, at the dawn of the global pandemic!
A new life, under the California sun, which relieves Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. But if she is married to a prince, the ex-actress of the Suits series will never be called “Princess Meghan”. And for good reason: only people born to the royal family have the right to bear this title, followed by their first name. On the other hand, since she was baptized and confirmed by the Church of England before their union, she is entitled to a title of nobility and that is why she is called “Duchess of Sussex”.
Archie, the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, was he deprived of the title of prince?
On March 8, 2021, the world discovers with amazement the interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, given to Oprah Winfrey, the pope of the media in the United States. A shock interview, during which the Sussexes swing wickedly on the Windsors: depression, suicidal thoughts, lies … Royalty accuses the blow. But the real blow came when the American actress recounted that their son Archie had been deprived of his title of prince because of his skin color: “There have been concerns, as to how skin would be dark “.
If since then, Prince William has defended himself by ensuring “no one is racist in our family”, People magazine recalled that only the children of a direct heir to the Crown are awarded the title of prince or princess, as the children of Kate Middleton and William: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. Meghan Markle would she have lied?
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