Title Give Up From Royal Prince Harry And Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Give Up:


"The Queen orders tough Megxit": The decision about the future role of Prince Harry And Meghan Markle is again a celebration for the British tabloid press.

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan will no longer call themselves "Royal Highness", will no longer take on official duties for the Queen and will pay back the money for the renovation of their residence.

This was announced by Buckingham Palace on Saturday. The British press reacted bitingly to the withdrawal of the two royals.

The "Megxit", a play on words from the name of Meghan and Brexit, dominated the front pages on Sunday. "Payback Time" was the headline of "Sun": time to pay back.

The newspaper alluded to the deal that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would pay around £ 2.4m to the royal family.

The couple had put the tax money into the renovation of their Frogmore Cottage residence in Windsor.

"Prince Harry And Meghan Markle out in the cold," it said on the front page of "Sunday People".

The 'Sunday Mirror' headlined - Queen orders hard Megxit, the headline of the "Sunday Telegraph" read "Prince Harry And Meghan Markle rejected".

The two had recently announced that they would step down from their role as members of the closer royal family, at least in part.

After deliberations in the royal family, there was now a clear agreement: Prince Harry And Meghan Markle will no longer be "working members" of the royal family and will, therefore, waive their title "Royal Highness".

Harry also has to give up his role in the military. And there will be no more financial contributions for royal tasks. All of this should come into force in spring.

But we know that the Queen and the rest of the family are devastated by all of this. Harry & Meghan are not allowed to represent the Queen.

You're out, "Emily Andrews wrote on Twitter. She describes herself as a "royal correspondent" and works for the "Sun".

Camilla Tominey comments in the "Telegraph" that it is "the hardest possible Megxit at the expense of Prince Harry And Meghan Markle".

The couple has so far not commented on the decision from the palace. Next up is the move to Canada.

Since their wedding in May 2018, Prince Harry And Meghan Markle had sometimes had a hard time with their role. During a trip to southern Africa in autumn, the two poured their hearts out in front of a camera team.

Harry spoke of different paths on which he and his brother, Prince William (37) were. Meghan made it clear that she felt treated unfairly. A short time later, the couple announced lawsuits against several tabloids.


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