However, when Meghan and Prince Harry announced that they would not be a “working property” a year ago, they agreed on a “trial period” of 12 months.
In the meantime, they kept some military titles and designations as royal patrons for some organizations.
The trial period is now over, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced that they don’t regret it.
“A decision has been made now after talks between the Duke of Sussex and members of the royal family,” Came in a statement from Buckingham Palace.
“Although everyone is sad about their decision, the Duke and Duchess are still very much loved family members.”
Get rid of titles
Buckingham Palace announced that because of this, they had now lost their honorary titles and appointments.
These are Harry’s honorary appointments to the British Navy, Air Force and Navy – titles that were close to the Prince’s heart.
He is also not permitted to work with the Commonwealth Queensland Fund or the Rugby Football Association – another preference.
Megan loses her role as a patron of the Royal National Theater and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
Instead, they will be assigned to other members of the royal family.
Now the interview with Oprah awaits
The message comes just two weeks before a major interview with both Meghan and Prince Harry will be broadcast on US television.
It’s the girlfriend of the Duchess, TV legend Oprah Winfrey, who has the honor of giving an in-depth interview with the couple.
It will air on March 7th.
A spokesman for Prince Harry and Meghan said in a statement to Sky News that they “remain committed to their duty and service to Britain and the rest of the world.”