According to a recent report, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son Archie will not be given the title of prince when his grandfather, Prince Charles, becomes king.
According to the Daily Mail, Harry and Meghan have been informed that their son will never be a prince because when he becomes king, he intends to reduce the monarchy’s size. This has outraged Harry and Meghan, who have responded with a barrage of accusations directed at Charles and the royal family as a whole.
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Despite the fact that a grandchild of a king or queen has had the right to be named a prince for a long time, Charles wants to limit the number of key royals because he believes the public does not want to pay for an ever-expanding monarchy.
According to a source close to the couple, Charles has told them that he plans to amend essential legal documents to prevent Archie from inheriting the title he would have acquired by right. As a result, Harry and Meghan’s relationship with the royal family has deteriorated.
“Even when Charles became King, Harry and Meghan were informed Archie would never be a Prince,” the source claimed.
Another source close to Harry and Meghan previously stated that they anticipated Archie would be proclaimed a prince when Charles assumed the throne. Their spokeswoman was directed at the time to remind media of the “fact.”
Just before meeting down with Oprah Winfrey for their stunning tell-all interview in March, Harry and Meghan were told that this would not be the case. According to insiders, the matter was still raw at the time of the interview, which could explain why they went as far as they did.
In the interview, Meghan stated, “They [the Royal Family] were saying they didn’t want him to be a Prince or a Princess.” “You know, there’s a precedent – I forget whether it was George V or George VI – that when you’re the grandchild of the king, so when Harry’s father becomes King, Archie and our next kid would immediately become Prince or Princess, or whatever they were going to be… It is not, however, their right to take it away.”
Meghan and Harry had previously stated that they did not want a title for their kid, who would be known as Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, leaving royal admirers perplexed.