Celebrity biographer Sean Smith has claimed Meghan and Harry will never lose their royal titles and will return to the UK for official ceremonies.
He told Express.co.uk: “Harry will remain the Duke of Sussex, I don’t think there is any doubt of that.
“Because when Prince Charles becomes King he will be the son of the King.
“And he will, they both will, be back for ceremonial things in this country.”
When asked whether if he thought the couple would keep their Sussex titles, Mr Smith said: “Yes I do. But I don’t think it matters if they don’t.”
Over the last few months calls for the couple to be stripped of their titles have increased, due to their controversial comments and solo visits.
Meghan and Harry sparked outrage when they urged Americans to vote in the US Presidential election and carried out a private visit at a LA cemetery to mark Armistice Day last week.
Several commentators, including GMB presenter Piers Morgan, have said the Queen needs to strip the pair of their Sussex titles.
In March 2021, the Queen will review the terms of Meghan and Harry’s split from the Royal Family.
She could decide to take away their official titles.
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Prince Harry quietly joined volunteers packing and distributing food in Los Angeles earlier this month.
The Duke of Sussex was pictured attending one of the weekly events organised in Compton, a city south of downtown Los Angeles, by a local veteran association and the Walker Family Events Foundation (WFEF).
The picture of the royal was shared on Instagram by the WFEF five days ago, following one of the Operation Nourish events it helps to set up.
In the caption to the picture, the Duke is praised for being “humble and kind”.
Every single item in the Queen’s outfit is part of her royal uniform – and the hat is the one bearing the most significance, according to royal expert Robert Lacey.
The royal commentator provided his thoughts on the monarch’s style to Elizabeth Holmes for her book HRH: So Many Thoughts on Royal Style.
Speaking about the Queen’s typical outfit, Mr Lacey compared the Queen’s colourful hats, which she always wears when she is carrying out a royal duty outside her residences, to military ones.
He told the fashion journalist in her book: “Very few modern women wear a hat as part of their work uniform, aside from perhaps members of the armed forces.
“It’s a reminder that the Queen is indentured to a service, to a job.”
Kate Middleton and Prince William announced their engagement to the world 10 years ago and used a televised interview to divulge a wish they shared about their future – which has now come true.
After posing for photos with his fiancée on his arm wearing his late mother’s engagement ring, William discussed his plans for marriage and starting a family.
Now 10 years on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are doting parents
to Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and two-year-old Louis.
Hours after announcing his wedding plans to the world, William was pressed on whether becoming a dad was part of his vision.
He said: “I think we’ll take it one step at a time. We’ll sort of get over the marriage first and then maybe look at the kids.
“But obviously we want a family, so we’ll have to start thinking about that.”
The Queen has sent a warm message to British Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton as fans call for the sportsman to be knighted.
She congratulated the world champion for winning the Turkish Grand Prix on Sunday in a tweet shared to the Royal Family’s Twitter account.
The Monarch wrote: “Congratulations to record-equalling seven-time F1 World Championship title winner @LewisHamilton – along with a record number of race wins, what an incredible achievement!”
Mr Hamilton responded to the message saying “What an incredible honour. Thank you so much.”