February 19 noon, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were officially stripped of all honorary roles as senior members of the British royal family following the announcement that they would not return to royal duties. The Sussex’s decision to abruptly give up the royal life permanently was made a month early, before March 31 – the day the royal reconsidered their agreement after a year of “Megxit” (leaving the royal family).
The statement released at 12:01 from a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have confirmed to the Queen that they will not return as members working for the royal family.
After conversations with the Duke, the Queen wrote a letter confirming that the duke would not be able to continue with the responsibilities and obligations that come with the common life when leaving the royal duties. Therefore, honorary military titles and royal patron titles for organizations held by the Duke and Duchess will be returned to the Queen for redistribution to members working for the royal family .
Though grief-stricken with their decision, the Duke and Duchess are still loved by the whole family. “
About 3 minutes later, at 12:04 am, A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan also sent the couple’s message to their trusted media partners, including the Sussex home writer Omid Scobie.
The Sussex statement: “As evidenced by the work done during the past year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex remain committed to their obligations and service to the UK and to the world. And they continue to support the organizations regardless of whether they are official representatives or not. We can devote a lifetime to serving. Serving the globe “.
As soon as the above announcements are made, organizations such as the British Rugby League, the British National Theater, and the Commonwealth Fund all confirmed that Harry and Meghan will give up their sponsorship and thank the couple for their contributions.