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Speaking in the Channel 5 documentary William & Kate: Too Good To Be True, the royal experts claim that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry thought they might have half of half the royal status in which they were fulfilling some royal duties, but still they could pursue commercial careers abroad. But they claim that Prince William knew from the start that Harry and Meghan’s plan would never work. Royal expert Richard Kay said: “It could not be, in William’s opinion, a member of the Royal Family coming and going.

“You were in or out.”

Royal author Anna Pasternak added: “The decision was made if you want to go, we are very sad about that, but you are out.”

“And it will not use HRH and it will not use Sussex Royal Instagram.”

But the Daily Mail’s real correspondent, Rebecca English, said: “I am not sure that William had many options in the matter.

“He is going to be king even if it means the expense of his family relationships.”

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ceased to be active members of the royal family in March.

The couple will try to carve out a new path for themselves outside of the Royal Family and, starting in spring 2020, they are expected to no longer use the word ‘royal’ or their RHS styles in association with their work.

Recent royal couple letters to charities they support have sparked controversy, as they still feature the royal monogram of Meghan and Harry on top.

On Monday, Meghan and Harry wrote a letter of support for London-based sports charity Street Games.

The couple’s monogram, which features a small crown known as a crown, was printed on the letterhead.

The tweet read: “Absolutely delighted to have the support of Harry and Meghan, thank you very much for continuing to reach out to brilliant community organizations like @smpbrixton, Hubb Community Kitchen and North Paddington Youth Club as they help families struggling during # Covid19.”

However, eagle-eyed Twitter users quickly questioned the royal symbol in the letter, prompting questions about whether Harry had broken the terms of the deal they made with the Queen.

Prince Harry again used monogrammed writing paper in a letter to a charity on Thursday.

In Harry’s message to the charity RE: ACT Disaster Response, he praised the work of the Rubicon team delivering meals prepared by the Hubb Community Kitchen to vulnerable people during the pandemic.

He said: “To see the union of organizations that my wife and I defend so strongly was truly humiliating.”

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While charities have been delighted to receive warm letters of support from Harry and Meghan, the notes have generated some controversy.

However, Meghan and Harry still have the right to use their royal monogram without violating Megxit’s terms.

Since Prince Harry was born in His Royal Highness style and is still the Duke of Sussex, it is his birthright to wear the coat of arms that was given to him on his wedding day.

When Prince Harry married Meghan, they became Duke and Duchess of Sussex and with these new titles came a new coat of arms and crown.

A statement issued at the time of her wedding confirmed that there was a crown on her new coat of arms.

The statement said: “ It is the Crown established by a Royal Order of 1917 for the sons and daughters of the apparent heir.

“It consists of two paté crosses, four lily flowers and two strawberry leaves.”