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The declaration of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has a ‘hidden excavation’ with Beatrice and Eugenie

The extraordinary statement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that was released Friday night contained a subtle excavation with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, a royal source claimed.

Harry and Meghan made a new statement on their own website hours after they announced that they would stop using the word “royal” in their branding after the spring – and insisted on retaining their HRH titles even though they not ‘active’.

The couple seemed to complain that the palace treats them differently from other family members and a royal source claims that this is a reference to small royals such as Beatrice and Eugenie.

The statement said: “Although other members of the royal family are precedent for seeking work outside the institution, an evaluation period of 12 months has been established for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

“According to the agreement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex understand that they are obliged to give up their royal duties and not to perform representative duties on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.”

A royal source told The mirror: “It is pretty obvious that they refer to small royals such as Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, which is a strange association for two people whose employees once claimed to have modernized the monarchy on their own.”

The princesses, daughters of the Queen’s second son, Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, are currently not considered to be senior working princes because they do not perform full-time duties on behalf of the Queen.

Instead, the sisters, who are ninth and tenth in line with the throne, both have a full-time job.

The extraordinary statement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that was released on Friday night contained a subtle excavation with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, claimed a royal source

The extraordinary statement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex that was released on Friday night contained a subtle excavation with Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, claimed a royal source

Princess Beatrice, known as Beatrice York in her professional life, studied history and the history of ideas at Goldsmith University before playing a role in private private wealthy companies.

She also worked as an employee at Sandbridge Capital, a small, consumer-focused private equity company, and as a business development employee at Sony Pictures Television before retiring in 2014.

Meanwhile, Princess Eugenie works as a director for the Hauser & Wirth gallery, established in Mayfair.

The royal, who, like her sister, does not receive any money from the queen, graduated from the University of Newcastle in September 2009 after studying English literature and art history.

After completing her studies, Eugenie moved to New York to work for online auction company Paddle8, before moving back to London in 2015 to start a career at Hauser & Wirth.

The sisters currently attend a handful of royal events every year, including occasionally joining the queen at one of her annual garden parties in the summer, and appearing with other royals on Trooping the Color.

The statement released Friday also said that neither the government nor the queen herself own the word “royal” internationally – but Harry and Meghan would nevertheless stop using the title.

The statement said: “Although there is no jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word” Royal “abroad, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to say” Sussex Royal “or any repetition of the word use “Royal” on any territory (within the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020. ”

A statement from the palace last month stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer use their HRH titles.

The statement by Meghan and Harry, however, states that they will retain the prefixes His and Her Royal Highness.

They further claim that the titles will not be used ‘actively’ when the couple are no longer working members of the company.

Meghan and Harry say: “As agreed and explained in January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will retain their” HRH “prefix, making them formally known as his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex and her royal highness the Duchess from Sussex. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer actively use their HRH titles, since they will no longer work in the family from the spring of 2020. “

A spokesperson for the couple first issued a statement to the media about their use of royal titles shortly after 7.30 p.m. on Friday, but around 10 p.m. they shared a much longer statement on their website through their Instagram story.

The much longer explanation included the reference to the treatment of other royals, the fact that Harry is still in sixth line in front of the throne will maintain his military rank and that they are still entitled to public protection.

They said they needed “effective security to protect them and their son” amid controversy around the estimated £ 3 million – £ 6 million protection bill that would be shared between taxpayers in Canada and the UK.

Many parts of the later statement released on their website seem hostile, especially when compared to the earlier statement released by a spokesperson for the couple.

Many royal experts believe that the episode is another PR disaster for the couple.

Richard Fitzwilliams, royal commentator and international editor of Who’s Who, said about the longer statement on their website: “It is completely unnecessary to add that. Simply because it underlines their differences with the palace in a way that is avoidable. ”

The biographer of Prince Charles Tom Bower told MailOnline that the public “finally sees Meghan’s true nature and motives.”

“Her comments about the Queen’s decision are furious,” he said. “I’m afraid it will get worse.”

Harry and Meghan imply that they are treated differently from other members of the royal family who “can look for work outside the institution”

The duke and duchess made a statement – a shorter version that was first published yesterday evening – stating that although neither the government nor the queen own the word “royal” internationally, they would stop using the title

They said that security “to protect them and their son” is needed amid controversy around the estimated £ 3 million – £ 6 million protection bill that would be shared between taxpayers in Canada and the UK

The statement makes it clear that Harry will maintain military titles, including: the rank of major, and honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader

The statement makes it clear that Harry will maintain military titles, including: the rank of major, and honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader

The statement makes it clear that Harry will maintain military titles, including: the rank of major, and honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader

The statement states that the couple may retain their patronage even though they may not perform official duties for the queen

The statement states that the couple may retain their patronage even though they may not perform official duties for the queen

The statement states that the couple may retain their patronage even though they may not perform “official duties” for the queen

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have posted an extraordinary statement on their website claiming that the queen does not own the word royal all over the world after being forced to drop their 'Sussex Royal' brand. Pictured: the duke and duchess arriving in Canada on Valentine's Day

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have posted an extraordinary statement on their website claiming that the queen does not own the word royal all over the world after being forced to drop their 'Sussex Royal' brand. Pictured: the duke and duchess arriving in Canada on Valentine's Day

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have posted an extraordinary statement on their website claiming that the queen does not own the word royal all over the world after being forced to drop their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand. Pictured: the duke and duchess arriving in Canada on Valentine’s Day

The statement of Harry and Meghan on their website in full

The duke and duchess shared a link on their Instagram story to this much longer statement on their website around 11 p.m.

  • It has been agreed that the beginning of the revised role of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take effect in the spring of 2020 and will undergo a 12-month review.
  • The royal family respects and understands the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to lead a more independent family life by removing the alleged justification of “public interest” for media intrusion into their lives. They remain a valued part of Her Majesty’s family.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex become privately funded members of the royal family with permission to earn their own income and the ability to pursue their own private interests.
  • The preference of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex was to continue to represent and support Her Majesty The Queen, albeit in a more limited capacity, without using the Sovereign Grant.
  • Although there is a precedent for other members of the royal family to look for work outside the institution, an evaluation period of 12 months has been set for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
  • Under the agreement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex understand that they are obliged to give up royal duties and not to perform representative duties on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen.
  • As agreed and recorded in January, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex retain their “HRH” prefix, keeping them formally known as His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer actively use their HRH titles, since they will no longer work in the family from the spring of 2020.
  • As the grandson of Her Majesty and second son of The Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex remains sixth in line with the throne of The British Monarchy and the Order of Precedence is unchanged.
  • It was agreed that the duke and duchess would no longer be able to perform “official duties” for The Queen or represent the Commonwealth, but they would be allowed to keep their patronages (including those classified as “royal”). patrons).
  • It has been agreed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to require effective security to protect them and their son. This is based on the Duke’s public profile based on his birth in the royal family, his military service, the Duchess’s own independent profile, and the shared threat and risk level that has been specifically documented in recent years. No further details can be shared, as this is confidential information for security reasons.
  • Regarding the army, the Duke of Sussex will retain the rank of major and honorary rank of lieutenant commander and squadron leader. During this 12-month period, the Duke’s official military appointments will not be used because they are in the possession of the Sovereign. No new agreements are made to fulfill these roles before the 12-month evaluation of the new arrangements is completed.
  • Although according to the agreement, the duke will not perform official duties related to these roles, given his dedication to the military community and ten years of service he will of course continue his unwavering support to the military community in an unofficial capacity. As the founder of the Invictus Games, The Duke will proudly continue to support the military community around the world through the Invictus Games Foundation and The Endeavor Fund.
  • Based on the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to have a limited role as members of the royal family, it was decided in January that their institutional office should be closed, given the primary funding mechanism for this official office in Buckingham HRH Palace The Prince of Wales. The Duke and Duchess shared this news with their team in January as soon as they knew the decision and worked closely with their staff to ensure a smooth transition for each of them.
  • For the past month and a half, the duke and duchess have remained actively involved in this process, which has been understandably sad for the duke and duchess and their loyal staff, given the proximity of their Royal Highnesses and their dedicated team.
  • As the duke and duchess are no longer considered to be full-time members of the royal family, it was agreed that the use of the word “Royal” should be reviewed as it relates to organizations associated with them in this new context. More details about this below.
  • As shared on this website at the beginning of January, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are not about to start a “foundation,” but rather about developing a new way to bring about change and the efforts of so many excellent foundations worldwide. to fill.
  • The creation of this non-profit entity will, in addition to their cause-driven work, for which they are still deeply committed. Although the duke and duchess are focused on plans to set up a new non-profit organization, given the specific UK government rules on the use of the word ‘Royal’, it has been agreed that their non-profit organization will not be named use ‘Sussex Royal’ or another version of ‘Royal’.
  • For the above reason, the trademark applications filed as protective measures and reflecting the same standard trademark applications as made for The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been deleted.
  • Although there is no jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word “Royal” abroad, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to put “Sussex Royal” or any repetition of the word “Royal” on any territory (either in the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020.
  • While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to develop their non-profit organization and make plans for their future, we hope that you will use this site as a source for factual information. In the spring of 2020 their digital channels will be renewed while they present you the next exciting phase.

They also confirmed that their office – based in Buckingham Palace – would be closed, a movement they said was “saddening for the Duke and Duchess and their loyal staff.”

The couple also repeats their plans to become “privately funded members of the royal family” and stated that Harry is still sixth in line with the throne.

The statement also states that the couple may retain their patronage even though they may not perform “official duties” for the queen.

It comes after Meghan was given until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End.

She received the honor in January of last year from the queen, who had been the patron saint of the National for 45 years.

The statement also makes it clear that Harry will maintain military titles, including: the rank of major, and honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader.

This contradicts an earlier statement by Buckingham Palace which stated that the couple “are obliged to give up royal duties, including official military appointments.”

The statement claimed that his military appointments will not be used during the 12-month transition period.

The announcement follows the unveiling of Daily Mail this week that Buckingham Palace had told Harry and Meghan not to use the name “Sussex Royal” when they no longer work royals.

It’s a big blow to the couple that has spent tens of thousands of pounds building the Sussex Royal brand website and creating a hugely popular Instagram feed.

In an unprecedented legal movement, the Queen has established lawyers at the top in an attempt to enforce the ban.

A series of trademark applications, from items of clothing and books to stationery and bandanas, were withdrawn.

It comes after MailOnline revealed yesterday that Meghan has told friends that there is nothing that ‘legally blocks’ her and Harry from using their Sussex Royal name.

Meghan complained to her inner circle that the use of the name “shouldn’t be a problem in the first place and that they don’t want to sell T-shirts and pencils,” the insider said.

They added, “Meghan said she’s done with the drama and has no room in her life for no-sayers, and the same goes for Harry.”

The friend added: “Meghan said the global projects they are working on speak for themselves and they chose that name to protect the royal name, not to benefit.”

But the insider added: ‘Meghan has told her inner circle that their success is inevitable with or without their current brand name.

“She said, regardless of the name, Harry and Archie have royal blood and nobody can take that away. And that they are always regarded as royalty as a family. “

Harry and Meghan are setting up a new charity organization following their split in August last year from the Royal Foundation Charity, which they shared with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

The couple wanted to use Sussex Royal branding, but a new name must now be found.

Meghan’s friend added: “Meghan said the name of their brand paled in comparison to the basis they build and the hugely positive impact it will have on people and the environment.”

Losing the name is the last humiliation for the couple who announced last month that they resigned as senior royals and moved to North America.

The pair has already agreed to give up their HRH titles for work purposes, and their official patronages on behalf of the queen, including Harry’s honorary military titles.

Complex negotiations concluded that it was untenable to use the word “royal” in their branding.

A spokesperson for the Sussexes said: “Although the duke and duchess are focused on plans to set up a new non-profit organization, given the specific British government rules on the use of the word” Royal, “it has been agreed that their non-profit organization, when this is announced this spring, it will not be called Sussex Royal Foundation.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use Sussex Royal in any territory after the spring of 2020.

“That is why trademark applications filed as protective measures have been removed on the advice of and using the same model for The Royal Foundation.”

Harry and Meghan started using Sussex Royal for the first time last year after separating their families from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, known as Kensington Royal.

Sussexes’ Instagram page, @sussexroyal, has collected 11.2 million followers – the same number of fans as William and Kate’s account.

But the Mail revealed this week that the Queen and senior officials had decided that the couple should drop their name.

A source told the mail at the time: “In many respects this is inevitable given their decision to resign.

“But it should certainly be a blow to the couple, because they have invested everything in the Sussex Royal brand. However, the queen would have had little choice.

The original plan of “The Sussexes” – half-working, half-working royals – would never work.

“It is clear that, as the queen has made clear, they are still very beloved members of her family.

“But if they don’t perform official duties and are now looking for other commercial opportunities, they simply cannot be allowed to market themselves as royals.”

The statement that Harry and Meghan sent to the media

A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan made a statement to the media around 7:30 PM last night.

“As shared on this website at the beginning of January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to set up a” foundation “, but intend to develop a new way to bring about change and the efforts of so many excellent foundations worldwide to fill.

“The creation of this non-profit entity will, in addition to their cause-driven work, for which they are still committed.

“Although the duke and duchess are focused on plans to set up a new non-profit organization, given the specific British government rules on the use of the word” Royal “, it has therefore been agreed that their non-profit organization will not be named will use “Sussex Royal” or any other iteration of “Royal”.

“For the above reason, trademark applications filed as protective measures and reflecting the same standard trademark applications as those made for The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been removed.

“Although there is no jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word” Royal “abroad, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use” Sussex Royal “or any repetition of the word” Royal ” in territory (within the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020.

“While the Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to develop their non-profit organization and make plans for their future, we hope that you will use this site as a source for factual information.

‘In the spring of 2020 their digital channels will be renewed while they introduce you to the next exciting phase.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex eagerly await the opportunity to share more with you and appreciate your support!”

Harry and Meghan announced on Wednesday that they will resign as working royals in less than six weeks and close their office in Buckingham Palace.

The statement went on: “Based on the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to have a limited role as members of the royal family, it was decided in January that their institutional office should be closed, given the primary funding mechanism for this official office in Buckingham Palace is from HRH The Prince of Wales.

“The duke and duchess shared this news with their team in January as soon as they knew the decision and worked closely with their staff to ensure a smooth transition for each of them.

“For the past month and a half, the Duke and Duchess have been actively involved in this process, which has been understandably sad for the Duke and Duchess and their loyal staff, given the proximity of their Royal Highnesses and their dedicated team.”

They will participate in another six assignments before formally withdrawing from front line roles on March 31.

Their last official engagement is expected to be on March 9 when they join the Queen at Westminster Abbey to mark Commonwealth Day.

The statement also addressed the controversy surrounding the safety costs of the duke and duchess.

It is estimated that the protection of Meghan and Harry in Canada and the UK costs between £ 3 million and £ 6 million per year, as staff work around the clock around two weeks in a row.

The statement said: “It has been agreed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to require effective security to protect them and their son.

‘This is based on the Duke’s public profile based on his birth in the royal family, his military service, the Duchess’s own independent profile and the shared threat and risk level that has been specifically documented in recent years.

“No further details can be shared, because this is confidential information for security reasons.”

The statement also spoke about the couple’s desire for financial independence.

They said: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex become privately funded members of the royal family with permission to earn their own income and the ability to pursue their own private interests.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex preferred to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen, albeit in a more limited capacity, without using the Sovereign Grant.”

The couple insists that it is their “preference” to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen, albeit in a more limited capacity, without using the Sovereign Grant.

The couple plans to relaunch their careers – possibly millions of pounds a year – in an effort to become “financially independent.”

The line of succession to the monarchy is: Prince of Wales followed by Prince William, then Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis finally followed by Prince Harry

The line of succession to the monarchy is: Prince of Wales followed by Prince William, then Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis finally followed by Prince Harry

The line of succession to the monarchy is: Prince of Wales followed by Prince William, then Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis finally followed by Prince Harry

The statement said they would not continue to use the word “royal” in their branding, although they are technically able to do this

The Daily Mail revealed this week that Buckingham Palace had told Harry and Meghan not to use the name when they no longer work royals

The Daily Mail revealed this week that Buckingham Palace had told Harry and Meghan not to use the name when they no longer work royals

The Daily Mail revealed this week that Buckingham Palace had told Harry and Meghan not to use the name when they no longer work royals

Harry and Meghan have spent tens of thousands of pounds on a new Sussex Royal website, sussexroyal.com, in addition to their hugely popular Instagram feed. It has now been made clear that they must 're-brand'

Harry and Meghan have spent tens of thousands of pounds on a new Sussex Royal website, sussexroyal.com, in addition to their hugely popular Instagram feed. It has now been made clear that they must 're-brand'

Although the duke and duchess intend to defend a charity foundation, it was feared that they could exploit the royal brand to make lucrative commercial deals (image of Sussex Royal)

The couple’s decision to resign as senior working royals and pursue “financial independence” puts a spanner in the works of Sussex Royal

Harry and Meghan are planning to divide their time between North America and the UK.

They are planning to settle in Canada, where the Duchess lived while playing in TV drama Suits.

It is also said that the couple is looking for a home in Los Angeles so that they can spend time with Meghan’s mother Doria.

They will no longer use their HRH titles, but they can retain their personal associations with charities and other organizations.

The Sussexes appeared earlier this month at a conference in Miami, organized by bank giant JP Morgan in what was their first public perception since their withdrawal as senior royals.

Their performance at the exclusive summit, where Harry gave a speech, could have earned them up to £ 775,000.

A source said the duke “opened up to the rich crowd about the childhood trauma of losing his mother.”

How do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle differ about their future from the Queen? The subtle (and not so subtle) contrasts in how both parties view the split

By Jemma Carr for MailOnline

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex issued an acid-sounding statement after being forced to drop their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand.

In the extraordinary statement that appeared on their website, Meghan and Harry claimed that the queen has no “jurisdiction” over the lucrative term “royal” abroad.

They also seemed to complain that the palace treats them differently from other family members.

Here, MailOnline examines what the Sussex people said about what they called their “Spring 2020 transition” and how it relates to information that has already been released by the palace.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex issued an acid-sounding statement after being forced to drop their 'Sussex Royal' brand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex issued an acid-sounding statement after being forced to drop their 'Sussex Royal' brand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex issued an acid-sounding statement after being forced to drop their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand. Here, MailOnline examines what the Sussex people said about what they called their “Spring 2020 transition” and how it relates to information already released by the palace

A statement from Buckingham Palace in which Megxit was announced in January said:

“The Sussexes will not use their HRH titles because they no longer work with the royal family.”

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“As agreed and recorded in January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex retain their prefix” HRH, “making them formally known as his Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex and her royal highness the Duchess of Sussex.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer actively use their HRH titles because they will no longer work in the family from the spring of 2020.”

The Palace Declaration, issued last month, clearly states that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not use their HRH titles.

The statement by Meghan and Harry, however, states that they will retain the prefixes His and Her Royal Highness.

They further claim that the titles will not be used ‘actively’ when the couple are no longer working members of the company.

The Buckingham Palace statement in January said:

“They no longer receive public funds for royal duties. With the queen’s blessing, the Sussex people will continue to maintain their private patronages and associations.

“Although they can no longer formally represent The Queen, the Sussex people have made it clear that everything they do will continue to uphold the values ​​of Her Majesty.”

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex preferred to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen, albeit in a more limited capacity, without using the Sovereign Grant.

“Although there is a precedent for other members of the royal family to look for work outside the institution, an evaluation period of 12 months has been established for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”

It added later: “It was agreed that the duke and duchess could no longer formally perform” official duties “for the queen or represent the Commonwealth, but they could retain their patronages (including those classified as” royal “patrons ). ”

The January Buckingham Palace statement is clear in his claim that the Duke and Duchess will not receive a public fund for royal duties.

This is repeated in the statement by Harry and Meghan, but it begins by stating that the duke and duchess wanted to represent the queen in a “more limited capacity.”

The Sussexes state that they have been subject to a “12-month evaluation period,” although “there is a precedent for other members of the Royal family to look for work outside the institution.”

A statement from Buckingham Palace in January said:

“As agreed in this new arrangement, they understand that they must withdraw from royal duties, including official military appointments. They will no longer receive public funds for royal duties. ”

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“As far as the army is concerned, the Duke of Sussex retains the rank of major and the honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader. During this 12-month period, the Duke’s official military appointments will not be used because they are in the possession of the Sovereign.

“No new agreements are made to fulfill these roles before the 12-month evaluation of the new arrangements is completed.

“According to the agreement, The Duke will not perform any official duties related to these roles, given his dedication to the military community and ten years of service he will naturally continue his unwavering support to the military community in an unofficial capacity. “

The statement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes lists all the military ranks that the Duke of Sussex will retain – although his military appointments will not be used during the 12-month transition period.

In the statement published on January 18, the queen said:

“Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be very beloved members of my family.

“I acknowledge the challenges they have experienced as a result of intensive control over the past two years and support their desire for a more independent life.

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“The royal family respects and understands the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to lead a more independent life as a family by removing the alleged justification of” public interest “for media intrusion into their lives.

“They remain a valued part of Her Majesty’s family.”

The Sussexes repeat that they are still part of the family of ‘Her Majesty’.

The queen says the duke and duchess have had “intense control” over the past two years.

The royal couple chose the words “media break-in” instead, a harder and more divisive one.

A statement from Buckingham Palace in January said:

Buckingham Palace does not comment on the details of security arrangements. There are established independent processes to determine the need for government-funded security. “

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“It has been agreed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to require effective security to protect them and their son.

“This is based on The Duke’s public profile based on his birth in The Royal Family, his military service, the Duchess’s own independent profile and the shared threat and risk level that has been specifically documented in recent years.”

The Sussexes stated that they “need effective protection” to protect them in the midst of an extensive public inquiry into who will pay the estimated £ 3 million to £ 6 million bill.

In a statement in January, the palace refused to respond to all security measures.

In a statement the palace said:

“Due to the fact that the Duke and Duchess will not make any official commitments to support the Queen, which is funded by the Sovereign Grant, an office in Buckingham Palace was no longer needed.

“It is important to note that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will regularly be in the UK.”

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“Based on the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to have a limited role as members of the royal family, it was decided in January that their institutional office should be closed, given the primary funding mechanism for this official office in Buckingham Palace is from HRH The Prince of Wales.

“The duke and duchess shared this news with their team in January as soon as they knew the decision and worked closely with their staff to ensure a smooth transition for each of them.

“For the past month and a half, the Duke and Duchess have been actively involved in this process, which has been understandably sad for the Duke and Duchess and their loyal staff, given the proximity of their Royal Highnesses and their dedicated team.”

The statement of the duke and duchess is much more emotional than the first of the palace.

Harry and Meghan stated that closing their London office was “sad” and explained that they are actively involved in the process.

They also said that they said they had told ‘their team personally’ last month.

In a statement the palace said:

“Because the duke and duchess are taking a step back as senior members of the royal family, and will work towards financial independence, the use of the word” royal “in this context had to be revised.

“Discussions are still ongoing, but a change will be announced alongside the launch of their new non-profit organization.”

In the statement, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said:

“Because The Duke and Duchess are no longer considered to be full-time members of The Royal Family, it was agreed that the use of the word” Royal “should be reviewed as it relates to organizations associated with them in this new context .

“As shared on this website at the beginning of January, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to set up a” foundation “, but intend to develop a new way of bringing about change and the efforts of so many excellent foundations worldwide to fill.

“The creation of this non-profit entity will, in addition to their cause-driven work, for which they are still deeply committed.

“Although the duke and duchess are focused on plans to set up a new non-profit organization, given the specific British government rules on the use of the word” Royal “, it has therefore been agreed that their non-profit organization will not be named will use ‘Sussex Royal’ or another version of ‘Royal’. “

It added later: “Although there is no jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word” Royal “abroad, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend” Sussex Royal “or any repetition of the word to use “Royal” on any territory (within the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020. ”

The duke and duchess agreed that their new charitable organization would not use the word “royal”, following the palace’s declaration in January.

However, they insisted that they do not have to do this because the Queen has no “jurisdiction” over the foreign term.

What does each paragraph of the statement by Harry and Meghan really mean? MailOnline breaks off the couple’s announcement that they will fall royal

By Jemma Carr for MailOnline

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex issued an extraordinary statement on their website after being forced to drop their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand.

In the sour-sounding statement, Meghan and Harry claimed that the queen has no “jurisdiction” over the lucrative overseas deadlines.

They also seemed to complain that the palace treats them differently from other family members.

Here MailOnline decodes what each carefully chosen sentence means.

There is “no jurisdiction of The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word” Royal “abroad”:

Harry and Meghan make it perfectly clear that they can use the term “Royal” as part of their overseas surf if they wish.

After their transition this spring, they will, however, drop the period at the request of the queen.

The Daily Mail reported for the first time that the queen had asked Harry and Meghan not to use the name ‘Sussex Royal’ when they no longer work royals this week.

It’s a big blow to the couple that has spent tens of thousands of pounds building the Sussex Royal brand website and creating a hugely popular Instagram feed.

In an unprecedented legal movement, the Queen has established lawyers at the top in an attempt to enforce the ban.

A series of trademark applications, from items of clothing and books to stationery and bandanas, were withdrawn.

It comes after MailOnline revealed yesterday that Meghan has told friends that there is nothing that ‘legally blocks’ her and Harry from using their Sussex Royal name.

Meghan complained to her inner circle that the use of the name “shouldn’t be a problem in the first place and that they don’t want to sell T-shirts and pencils,” the insider said.

They added, “Meghan said she’s done with the drama and has no room in her life for no-sayers, and the same goes for Harry.”

The friend added: “Meghan said the global projects they are working on speak for themselves and they chose that name to protect the royal name, not to benefit.”

But the insider added: ‘Meghan has told her inner circle that their success is inevitable with or without their current brand name.

“She said, regardless of the name, Harry and Archie have royal blood and nobody can take that away. And that they are always regarded as royalty as a family. “

“There is a precedent for other members of the Royal Family to look for work outside the institution”:

Harry and Meghan imply that they are treated differently from other members of the royal family who “can look for work outside the institution.”

They say the guidelines are different for them, a 12-month evaluation period has been set.

However, they insist that it is their “preference” to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen, albeit in a more limited capacity, without using the Sovereign Grant.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to need effective security to protect them and their son”:

The couple also insisted that security “to protect them and their son” is necessary amid controversies surrounding protection costs.

It is estimated that the protection of Meghan and Harry in Canada and the UK costs between £ 3 million and £ 6 million per year, as staff work around the clock around two weeks in a row.

The statement said: “It has been agreed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to require effective security to protect them and their son.

‘This is based on the Duke’s public profile based on his birth in the royal family, his military service, the Duchess’s own independent profile and the shared threat and risk level that has been specifically documented in recent years.

“No further details can be shared, because this is confidential information for security reasons.”

The couple boldly insists that security is necessary, so that the no-sayers stop quickly and suddenly.

However, they refuse to give details about what forms this protection will take, and claim that this would be a breach of ‘security’.

By saying that no more details can ‘be’ shared, the couple implies that they want to give more information but cannot.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex become privately funded members of the royal family with permission to earn their own income and the ability to pursue their own private interests”:

Staying financially independent is an important concern of Megxit.

The couple plans to relaunch their careers – possibly millions of pounds a year – in an effort to become “financially independent.”

This allows them to give up the financing of the Sovereign Grant – the taxpayers who give to the queen every year – and launch themselves on the international celebrity circuit.

Earlier this year, they said they had “made the choice” to “stop receiving funding” from the Sovereign Grant, and added, “Their Royal Highnesses would rather release this financial bond.”

Harry and Meghan’s first appearance after Megxit earlier this month was at an American banking giant JP Morgan event in Miami – an organization involved in a series of controversies.

Harry is still ‘sixth in line with the throne’:

The statement indicates that Harry is still sixth in line with the throne.

The line of succession to the monarchy is: Prince of Wales followed by Prince William, then Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis finally followed by Prince Harry.

The statement reads: “As the grandson of Her Majesty and second son of Prince Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex remains sixth in line with the throne of The British Monarchy and the Order of Precedence is unchanged.”

They will “be allowed to keep their patronages”:

The statement states that the couple may retain their patronage, even though they may not perform “official duties” for the queen.

By using the word ‘allowed’, they place the responsibility on the queen, who has made it clear to the couple that she has given her explicit permission.

It comes after Meghan was given until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End.

She received the honor in January of last year from the queen, who had been the patron saint of the National for 45 years.

Nica Burns – who is co-owner of the Nimax Group, which consists of six London West End theaters, including The Palace, Apollo and Vaudeville – has said that the Duchess should not retain this function indefinitely.

Mrs. Burns said, “I think we should give Meghan until Easter to say what she thinks is possible with her patronage.”

‘We have to give her a chance, forget who she is and give her some space.

“If she isn’t going to do work with the National, she has to resign. But because she is a role model, we prefer that she did not. “

The duke’s and duchess’s statement read as follows: “It was agreed that the duke and duchess could no longer formally perform” official duties “for the queen or represent the Commonwealth, but they would be allowed to keep their patrons (including those classified) as ‘royal’ patrons). “

Harry ‘retains the rank of Major, and honorary privileges of Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader’

The statement makes it clear that Harry will maintain military titles, including: the rank of Major, and honorary interests of Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader.

It was previously revealed that Harry is being stripped of a number of military positions, including Captain General of the Royal Marines, the ceremonial head of the corps.

He also loses Honorary Air Commander of Royal Air Force Base Honington and Honorary Commodore in Chief of Small Ships and Diving, Royal Naval Command.

Harry will also be excluded from wearing his military uniform after resigning from the armed forces, although he can still wear his medals on engagements.

The couple’s explanation was: “Regarding the army, the Duke of Sussex retains the rank of major and the honorary duties of lieutenant commander and squadron leader.

“During this 12-month period, the Duke’s official military appointments will not be used because they are in the possession of the Sovereign. No new agreements are made to fulfill these roles before the 12-month evaluation of the new arrangements is completed.

“According to the agreement, the duke will not perform official duties related to these roles, given his dedication to the military community and ten years of service he will naturally continue his unwavering support to the military community in an unofficial capacity.

“As the founder of the Invictus Games, The Duke will proudly continue to support the military community around the world through the Invictus Games Foundation and The Endeavor Fund.”

Royal experts destroy Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about ‘hateful’ and ‘completely unnecessary’ statement after the queen forced them to drop the Sussex Royal brand name – and a commentator fears ‘it will get WORSE’

By Luke Andrews for MailOnline

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been criticized by royal commentators about their “hateful” and “completely unnecessary” statement after the queen forced them to drop the Sussex Royal brand name.

One commentator even accused their words of showing Meghan’s “true colors” and said he was afraid things would “only get worse.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they would drop the word royal before adding that the queen has no international jurisdiction over its use.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured on February 25 last year) said in a statement that they will stop using the phrase Sussex Royal, although the palace has no international jurisdiction

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured on February 25 last year) said in a statement that they will stop using the phrase Sussex Royal, although the palace has no international jurisdiction

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured on February 25 last year) said in a statement that they will stop using the phrase Sussex Royal, although the palace has no international jurisdiction

The biographer of Prince Charles Tom Bower called it 'hateful'

The biographer of Prince Charles Tom Bower called it 'hateful'

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, left, said their statement was “completely unnecessary,” while Prince Charles’s biographer, Tom Bower, called it “hateful.”

Royal Commentator and former editor-in-chief of International Who’s Who, Richard Fitzwilliams, told MailOnline that the statement was “completely unnecessary” because “their differences with the palace in a way that can be avoided” are underlined.

“The idea of ​​making a statement that agrees that they cannot use the word royal, but contradicts the idea that the monarchy can stop using it,” he said, “they say in the fact that the royals cannot prevent them from using it, but they will not use it ‘.

“It was especially unnecessary to underline it in this way, especially since the agreement will be revised after a year.

“It just lives in the division that we know is there. The tone they have taken is that they are unhappy, they have made it clear at every step. “

The biographer of Prince Charles Tom Bower told MailOnline that the public “finally sees Meghan’s true nature and motives.”

“Her comments about the Queen’s decision are furious,” he said. “I’m afraid it will get worse.”

Harry and Meghan (pictured meeting young people during the Commonwealth games in London in July 2018) also said they need safety for themselves and their son

Harry and Meghan (pictured meeting young people during the Commonwealth games in London in July 2018) also said they need safety for themselves and their son

Harry and Meghan (pictured meeting young people during the Commonwealth games in London in July 2018) also said they need safety for themselves and their son

In their acid statement published yesterday and published on Instagram, the duke and duchess said: “Although there is no jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word” Royal “abroad, the duke and duchess are of Sussex does not intend to use ‘Sussex Royal’ or any iteration of the word ‘Royal’ on any territory (within the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020. “

In short, the couple also outlined how they “will continue to need effective protection to protect them and their son.”

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex preferred to continue to represent and support Her Majesty the Queen, although in a more limited capacity, without using the sovereign grant,” they said.

The duke and duchess left the royal family this year to start a new life with their son Archie in Canada.

They have since earned an estimated £ 750,000 for speaking at a JP Morgan event, and have also been criticized for having sent their guards to get ethical meals for them.

The queen has left the door open for the duke and duchess. Although Prince Harry will no longer serve in his military functions, they will not be fulfilled, and she has offered to revise the deal in a year that leaves room for further reconciliation.

The sixth in line for the throne and his wife are expected to bring in millions as they launch their lives outside the royal family on March 31.

Meghan Markle has until Easter to prove that she can continue as Royal Patron of the National Theater, says top producer West End

By Richard Eden for the Daily Mail

The Duchess of Sussex should only have until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End.

Meghan Markle, 38, was honored last January by the queen, who had been the patron saint of the National for 45 years.

But in the light of “Megxit,” where Meghan and her husband Prince Harry have relinquished their royal duties and moved to Canada, questions remain about her suitability for the job.

“I think we should give Meghan until Easter to say what she thinks is possible with her patronage,” Mrs. Burns told me at a fundraising gala for the king’s 50th anniversary.

‘We have to give her a chance, forget who she is and give her some space.

Now, Nica Burns, who is co-owner of the Nimax Group, which includes six London West End theaters, including The Palace, Apollo and Vaudeville, has said that the Duchess should not retain this function indefinitely.

The Duchess of Sussex should only have time until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End

The Duchess of Sussex should only have time until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End

The Duchess of Sussex should only have time until Easter to prove her courage as Royal Patron of the National Theater, according to a top producer from the West End

Nica Burns, co-owner of the Nimax Group, which includes six London West End theaters, including The Palace, Apollo and Vaudeville, has said that the Duchess should not hold the position indefinitely.

Nica Burns, co-owner of the Nimax Group, which includes six London West End theaters, including The Palace, the Apollo and the Vaudeville, has said that the Duchess should not hold the position indefinitely.

Nica Burns, co-owner of the Nimax Group, which includes six London West End theaters, including The Palace, the Apollo and the Vaudeville, has said that the Duchess should not hold the position indefinitely.

“If she isn’t going to do work with the National, she has to resign. But because she is a role model, we prefer that she did not. “

Earlier this week, it was announced that the official departure of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from The Firm would begin on March 31.

The artistic director of the National Theater, Rufus Norris, however, revealed this week that Megxit would not prevent the duchess from continuing as a royal patron and that everything would be ‘business as usual’.

But Mrs. Burns – whose commercial successes are Chicago The Musical and Harry Potter And The Cursed Child – suggests that if and when Meghan’s American obligations begin to take over, she must do the decent and resign.

Mrs. Burns adds: “If her life takes her somewhere else, it will be difficult for her to raise awareness and money for the National Theater.

“If her new life means she’s going back to work, maybe in the movie, or if she has another child, I think the right decision is for her to say,” I have a new life and I can’t Get on. “”

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