UK News Harry and Meghan's names lowered on Royal Family website as King plans his 'slimmed down' monarchy
'Rude' Prince Harry summoned by Queen 'to be put back in is place' after row, claims book
It is claimed that Prince Harry was "summoned by the Queen" after having an alleged row with the Queen's dresser Angela Kelly ahead of his wedding to Meghan Markle . The royal correspondent - who is the author of the new bombshell book Courtiers: The Hidden Power Behind the Crown - writes that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding was "particularly stressful" with heated discussions over scheduling, announcements and the tiara ahead of their big day.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's names on the Royal Family's website have been lowered ahead of King Charles III's reported plans for a 'slimmed down monarchy.'
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's names have been lowered down on the Royal Family's official website page, amid reports that King Charles III is planning a 'slimmed down' monarchy following the Queen's death.
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biographies now appear at the bottom of the page, next to details about Prince Andrew.
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been demoted on the Royal Family's website so that their names are now listed beside Prince Andrew, fuelling speculation that King Charles III is planning afollowing the Queen's death.
Prince Harry 'chartered £30,000 private jet to fly to Balmoral on day Queen died'
Prince Harry found out about The Queen's death from a news app on his phone just minutes before he landed at Aberdeen airport, it has been reported.Harry and Meghan were in the UK by coincidence when news about the Queen's failing health started to emerge.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biographies were once visible beneath those of the Prince and Princess of Wales, signifying their high-ranking place in the Firm as Prince William and Kate Middleton's go-to understudies.
This honorable status was scrapped in 2020, however, when they announced their withdrawal as senior royals and their controversial decision to emigrate to North America. The Sussexes' position on the website page was subsequently overtaken by Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, who are largely considered to be two of the Royal Family's hardest working members.
In the aftermath of, Harry and Meghan have been demoted to appear at the bottom of the page – next to the late monarch's disgraced son, Prince Andrew.
Royal Family: King Charles III could choose to 'slim down the monarchy' by changing 7 key roles
The new King took the throne following the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II It was Charles who dealt with a number of firm matters and helped his now-late-mother, Queen Elizabeth II, deal with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepping down from their senior roles. It’s no secret that the King wants a trimmed-down monarchy now he’s King, and he’s thought to want a team of seven senior royals, which excludes Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Prince Andrew, reports EssexLive .
The shift comes amid reports that the King is planning a 'slimmed down' monarchy with his reign, which he hopes will save the taxpayer money and allow for a more efficient operation of royal duties.is also expected to be less expensive than Queen Elizabeth II's lavish crowning in 1953, which cost approximately £1.57m (£46m in today's money.)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were in the UK for a whirlwind charity trip when news of the Queen's death broke on September 8. It's understood that the duke rushed toto see his beloved grandmother before she passed away, but was tragically unable to make it to the Scottish property in time.
The Sussexes extended their stay in England for the royal mourning period, joining Prince William and Kate Middleton on a walkabout at Windsor Castle two days after Her Majesty's death. They flew back to California one day after the Queen's funeral to reunite with their children, Archie, 3, and one-year-old Lilibet, after spending a full fortnight away from the young tots.
Prince Harry is looking as miserable as Edward VIII, biographer claims .
Royal biographer Hugo Vickers claims Prince Harry has looked as miserable as Edward VIII after stepping down from royal duties alongside his wife, Meghan Markle. Hugo Vickers, who has penned books about the Duke of Kent and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, claims both Harry and Edward VIII 'seemed to radiate sadness' after cutting ties with the Royal Family.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex resigned from their royal duties in 2020 in an alleged attempt to avoid media scrutiny and the pressures associated with being working royals.