Meghan Markle and Harry: the Queen could change the separation agreements within 6 months

Meghan Markle and Harry: the Queen could change the separation agreements within 6 months

The future of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry has not been decided: due to a clause, the Queen could change the "Megxit"

At Meghan Markle and Harry's house: inside the $ 11.2 million super-luxury villa

The future for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could undergo changes: The Queen could change their separation agreement from the royal house, by the media called Megxit, in the next six months.

The Dukes of Sussex started their new life in California and are entering show business by becoming TV producers for Netflix. Nonetheless, the freedom achieved with the Megxit is not yet final. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told the Express UK tabloid that there would be a revised clause agreed at the Sandringham summit, where the choice of Meghan and Harry was discussed.

But let's take a small step back: Meghan and Harry announced their intention to move away from the British royal house in early January 2020. After sharing their statement on Instagram and their website, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex they entered into negotiations with Prince Charles, Prince William and the Queen to draft the terms of their separation, thus renouncing their noble titles. In this way, Meghan and Harry acquired the rights to undertake financially profitable ventures and live abroad with their son Archie Harrison.

During this summit, therefore, the Queen imposed a transition period of 12 months in the event that the two Dukes regret their choice: in doing so, Prince Harry was not deprived of his honorary titles, waiting for a substitute, especially in the military. The Duke of Sussex, in fact, is still Major, Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader.

A source from the Royal Palace also told the Daily Telegraph that this strategy the Queen wanted is to see what works and what doesn't within their family (and beyond). On the other hand, this is the first time that the Royal House has faced a similar case, namely that two Royals want to give up their titles to work independently.

Despite their painful decision put them in a bad light with the British media and with the members of the Winsdor family, Harry and Meghan have been named by Time have been included in the ranking of the 100 most influential people of 2020, thanks also to the enormous capital that they move when they take part in different projects.

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