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CBC News 18 Jan 2020

Prince Harry and Meghan to give up royal titles


Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will no longer be working members of the Royal Family and will, therefore, give up their HRH titles. 

Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer have an office at Buckingham Palace as they prepare to step back as senior royals.

The brand 'Sussex Royal' appears to be under review still.
Prince Harry and Meghan attended the queen's Commonwealth Day service on Monday afternoon.
The Fab Four reunion is being described as a "PR disaster" after Meghan and Harry were given the cold shoulder at Westminster Abbey. Harry and Meghan were reportedly "emotional and upset" about the decision that barred them from waking in the Queen's procession. Today the British press is piling on the departing royals, calling the event "cold" and "super awkward." But they loved the green dress that Meghan wore, with some saying it served as a tribute to her late mother-in-law Princess Diana.
Harry and Meghan joined the rest of the royal family for their final public royal appearance before stepping down.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex didn't take part in the Queen's procession through Westminster Abbey at the start of the Commonwealth Service.

After just under two years since Harry married Meghan, the couple will leave royal life behind to move to North America.

Sky's royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills reports.

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