The children of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not receive the honorific title of HRH from their grandfather King Charles III. Instead, the children will be given the titles of princes and princesses.
According to The Sun, King Charles III will soon crown Prince Archie, who is currently three years old, and Princess Lilibet, who is currently one year old.
According to reports, contentious debates on royal titles have taken place while Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in the United Kingdom for the funeral of the Queen.
His two grandkids, who live in Montecito, California with their parents, have come to an agreement that His Majesty will prepare letters patent granting the titles of prince and princess on them. His grandkids live with their parents.
When Harry, 33, and Meghan, 37, relocated there two and a half years ago, they came to an agreement that they would not use their respective titles as His and Her Royal Highness.
Despite this, they asserted that the government had failed to offer an acceptable level of protection for their loved ones.
They won’t be able to use the HRH address, which will make Archie and Lilibet feel even more slighted.
According to the Sussexes, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are also HRHs, although they do not serve in any official capacity for the monarchy.