Almost three years ago, Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry decided to leave the royal family and the United Kingdom for a more peaceful life in the United States. A decision that drew a great deal of ink and still rocks Buckingham Palace to this day, to the point where Harry and his wife seem to have fallen out with the rest of the Windsor clan. And following the death on September 8 of Queen Elizabeth II, who died aged 86 at her home in Balmoral, certain tensions appear to have resurfaced, particularly in how the royal family is dealing with the couple’s children. As a reminder, according to royal tradition, Archie and Lilibet were to be called Royal Highnesses after the monarch’s death, but that change has not yet been made.
“Prince Harry and his wife would be furious that Archie and Lilibet would not receive the title of Royal Highnesses when they are formally proclaimed Prince and Princess by Charles,” our colleagues at the Daily Mail explain.
A decision that particularly annoys Harry and Meghan, as they know that as a prince and princess their children will not have as much protection as the other children in the family.