The Queen may be thinking of stripping Prince Harry’s title of ‘prince’ if he doesn’t comply with the rules of his apprenticeship when leaving the Royal Family, one insider declared. Queen Elizabeth II has agreed to let Harry and Meghan Markle move to the US after they resigned as Royal Family in late March – but there are rules they must follow.
Just six months after the deal, the Queen was said to be “angry” with Meghan and Harry for allegedly going against the terms of their Megxit deal.
Life & Style reported that a reputable royal insider claimed the Queen was thinking about stripping Harry’s key title, which he appears to be using for financial gain.
The source said: “[Harry has] because reality breaks all the rules in [Queen’s] book.
“He pushed the button of his grandmother̵7;s shirt the moment he set foot on American soil and now she’s angry and forced Harry to pay the final price – she stripped of his title of ‘prince’. “
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During negotiations for Meghan and Harry to leave, the Queen reportedly agreed to let the Sussex people go through a one-year probation period, as long as they don’t use the HRH title and abandon the Hoang brand. their Sussex family.
However, with reports that the pair has secured multi-million-pound lucrative deals with media giant Netflix and the Harry Walker Agency in New York, the Queen is arguably quite bland.
The queen explained: “The queen is angry that Harry appears to be using his title to gain benefits, as with the deal with Netflix.
“It’s as if the monarchy is being turned into a trash cow.”
Referring to Meghan’s Disney + appearance, the insider said: “Everyone loves elephants and inspirational stories.
“But, let’s be honest, that will never pay off.”
The publication said the Sussex people collected “homemade” video clips while living in the Royal Family.
The source added: “But the footage of Meghan and Harry as they left The Firm? Now that’s a 200 million dollar show! “
Meghan and Harry have also recently been criticized for their involvement in the US election.
Speaking in a Time 100 video message, the Duchess of Sussex said the presidential race was “the most important election in our lives”, as the couple urged Americans to exercise their right to vote. surname.
Prince Harry told onlookers: “As we approach this November, it is important that we refuse hate speech, false and negative information online.”
The couple did not directly confirm a candidate, however, their comments were interpreted by many as supporting Joe Biden and against Donald Trump, with the US President later saying: “I am not a fan hers.”