United Kingdom.- The following memoirs prince harry perhaps they will change the course of their children’s lives, and that is because the author Katie Nicholl indicated in his new biography called The New Royals, that the king charles iii wants to read what his son will get before he bestows on his grandchildren, Lilibet Diana and Archie Harrisonreal titles.
In a text published in Vanity Fair, Nicholl indicated that Carlos has reportedly been “reluctant” to make title changes for three-year-old Archie, who has the right to be a prince, and one-year-old Lilibet, who is a princess. .
We know that titles are important to Charles and he reportedly wants to limit them to the top tier of royalty.” According to reports, he also does not want his brother, Prince Edward, to take the title of Duke of Edinburgh, even though it was his late father’s wish.
When Charles became monarch after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, Harry and the two children he had with Meghan Markle they inherited the power of being His Royal Highness, the book indicates. “Would Charles go so far as to ban Archie and Lilibet from becoming princes and princesses now that the Sussexes are no longer royals? According to a source close to the king, ‘a lot depends on what happens in the next few months, particularly with Harry’s book and his TV show’”.
According to reports, Meghan and Harry are upset about this. It is worth noting that Markle and the prince have had a contentious relationship with British royalty after deciding to retire from royal duties in 2020. They then moved to Montecito, California. Harry’s memoirs will be published in 2023.
In another section of the biography, Nicholl said that the queen was angry after learning that the couple would leave the royal family aside. A source told the reporter for her book the following: “[La Reina] She was very hurt and she told me: ‘I don’t know, I don’t care and I don’t want to think about it anymore. ‘”.
Nicholl stressed that “it was a source of sadness to the Queen that she was able to see so little of Archie and Lilibet and that Harry and Meghan were unable to join her for a weekend at Balmoral in August, when the Queen used to host, a ‘slumber party’ for all their grandchildren and great-grandchildren”.