Meghan Markle, because her son Archie will become Duke of Sussex

Meghan Markle, because her son Archie will become Duke of Sussex

Despite Megxit, Harry remains sixth in line of succession to the British throne and will pass on his noble title to little Archie

Although with Megxit Meghan and Harry have expressed their desire to raise their son far from the clamor of the Court, the eldest son of the couple, when he is an adult, will be able to inherit a noble title. Little Archie, who came into the world on May 6, 2019, currently has none at the behest of his parents.

The child, who currently lives in Los Angeles with his parents, as mentioned above is destined to inherit the title of his father, Prince Harry. Son of Charles and Diana, nephew of Queen Elizabeth and sixth in line of succession to the throne, although William's younger brother has moved away from The Firm he has not lost the very important privilege.

On the day of her wedding, repeating a royal custom that has been going on for centuries, Queen Elizabeth gave her nephew a noble title, to be precise that of Duke of Sussex. Although he and Meghan with Megxit did not lose the titles that were given to them on May 19, 2018, they agreed with the Sovereign that they would not use them for their business devoid of court duties.

The laws governing the transmission of noble titles also clearly involve little Archie: despite the desire of Harry and Lady Markle to make him grow away from the luster and pitfalls of Palazzo life, the youngest (for now) Charles' grandchildren will inherit the title of Duke of Sussex upon the death of his father.

Richard Fitzwilliams, public relations consultant and expert on the affairs of the Royal Family, confirmed that, on the day Archie was born, Harry and Meghan did not want any noble title to be conferred on him. The couple could have used Harry's subsidiary title, proclaimed by Queen Earl of Dumbarton on the day of his wedding.

As already specified, Prince Harry and his wife have made a different choice in that they intend to raise their child as a normal child. According to Fitzwilliams, it is very likely that Archie is raised in the USA and develops a vision similar to that of his parents, who give little importance to the symbols of royalty.

Following their departure from the Royal Family, Meghan Markle and Harry are experiencing a sort of trial period, during which they will have to commit to becoming financially independent of The Firm. Fitzwilliams pointed out that, at least until the agreement with the Queen is reviewed, they can keep their titles but not use them.

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