Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, did not attend the meeting in Sandringham with Prince Harry, but returned to Canada instead. In the days following the announcement of the royal departure of Sussex by the Duke and Duchess, Prince Harry was summoned to speak with his family.
The Duke met with the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William, known as the “Senderingum Summit”.
Senior Royals gathered at Her Majesty’s Norfolk home to discuss the logic of Sussex’s new life.
According to royal experts, the Queen said Prince Harry’s semi-royal idea would not be implemented.
A source told royal biographers Om Mid Sk and B and Caroline Durand: “It was impossible. If Harry and Meghan were semi-functional Royals, they would have to oversee everything they did in their independent sphere, with committees and deals approving events.”
Sros also said that Sussexians are not allowed to use the word “royal” in their future branding.
This meant the closure of their Sussex Royal social media accounts.
Sussexians are reported to have been disappointed by the final verdicts of their Royal Family’s exit.
Prince Harry had an important task to do, however, before he broke the news of how he got the news to his wife.
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The Queen said: “There was a very constructive discussion in my family today about the future of my grandson and his family.
“My family and I are full supporters of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family.
“Although we would have preferred them to be full-time members of the Royal Family, I can respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life as a family, leaving behind a valuable part of my family.
“Harry and Meghan have made it clear that they do not want to depend on public funds for their new life.
“It has therefore been agreed that a period of transition will come in which Sussex will spend time in Canada and the UK.
“These are complex issues that have been resolved for my family, and there is still a little more work to be done, but I have been told to make a final decision in the coming days.”
Last month, Sussex reimbursed the taxpayer ડો 2.4 million used for the renovation of their UK base, Fragmore Cottage.
The announcement comes after the couple signed a multi-year product deal with streaming online streaming giant Netflix.
A spokesman for Sussex said: “Sovereign grant has been contributed by the Duke of Sussex.
“This contribution, originally made by Prince Harry, fully covers the necessary renovation costs of Her Majesty the Queen’s estate Frogmore Cottage, and will be the UK residence of the Duke and his family.”