Harry and Meghan are furious with Archie and Lillibet appearing that they won’t be awarded HRH titles

Harry and Meghan’s children will reportedly not be granted HRH status when they are appointed Prince and Princess by King Charles III.

Three-year-old Archie and one Lillibet are expected to officially become prince and princess in the near future as Charles agrees to issue a patent to award titles.

But after tense talks between the new king over recent days, the Sussexes are “outraged” that their children will also not be awarded the titles of HRH.

Harry and Meghan are said to have highlighted that Prince Andrew’s daughters, Beatrice and Eugenie, have the status of Royal Highness despite not being members of the royal family.

source said the sunHarry and Meghan were concerned about the security issue and being a prince and princess would give them the right to certain levels of royal security.

There have been a lot of conversations over the past week. They insisted that Archie and Lilipet be a prince and princess.

They have been cruel since the death of the Queen. But they were furious that Archie and Lilipet could not take the title of His Royal Highness.

“That’s the deal – they can be princes and princesses but not His Royal Highness because they are not working members of the royal family.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed with daughter Lilibit and son Archie shortly before Christmas last year

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were photographed with daughter Lilibit and son Archie shortly before Christmas last year

King Charles III walks behind the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II as it is being transported on a cannon cart from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Palace on Wednesday

King Charles III walks behind the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II as it is being transported on a cannon cart from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Palace on Wednesday

It is said that the Sussex family were angry that their children would also not be awarded the titles of His Royal Highness

It is said that the Sussex family were angry that their children would also not be awarded the titles of His Royal Highness

The photos captured the touching moment of the Duke of Sussex (left with Duchess of Sussex right) holding his head in hand, protecting his eyes and looking down as the Queen's coffin was being carried inside the Palace of Westminster

The photos captured the touching moment of the Duke of Sussex (left with Duchess of Sussex right) holding his head in hand, protecting his eyes and looking down as the Queen’s coffin was being carried inside the Palace of Westminster

Prince Harry and his brother Prince William stood side by side with their wives, Meghan and Kate, as they set aside their bitter struggle to pay their respects to their grandmother.

Prince Harry and his brother Prince William stood side by side with their wives, Meghan and Kate, as they set aside their bitter struggle to pay their respects to their grandmother.

Archie and Lillibet were entitled to titles after the queen’s death as part of rules set by King George V in 1917 – which limited the number of royals using HRH.

Meghan previously claimed that the title of HRH was earlier denied to Archie due to his race.

When asked if it was ‘important’ for Meghan to call Archie a prince, she said she had no connection with the ‘greatness’ of official titles.

Meanwhile, the Sussex family stopped using their Royal Highness’s methods after they stepped down as senior royals to work in Los Angeles, and there were later calls for their Duke and Duchess titles to be removed.

In 1917, King George V issued a new patent that limited the number of members of the royal family with the title of His Royal Highness.

The Queen’s Grandfather Rules stated that “sons of any king of these kingdoms, children of children of any such king and eldest surviving son of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales shall at all times enjoy and enjoy style. or the title or capacity of His Royal Highness with their titular dignity of a prince or princess preceded by their own Christian names or their other titles of honor.

When Archie was born seventh in line to the throne in May 2019, he was very far from the line of succession.

Although he was a grandson of the king, he was not the eldest son of the future king, so he was not automatically a prince.

William, Kate, Harry and Meghan entered the Palace of Westminster for service on Wednesday

William, Kate, Harry and Meghan entered the Palace of Westminster for service on Wednesday

Harry and Meghan after a service at the reception of Queen Elizabeth II's coffin at Westminster Hall

Harry and Meghan after a service at the reception of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin at Westminster Hall

It comes after Prince Harry appeared overwhelmed with emotion as he honored Queen Elizabeth II for her move to lie in state service inside Westminster Hall on Wednesday.

As the late King’s coffin was laid to rest in the hall, the photos captured the touching moment of the Duke of Sussex holding his head in his hand, protecting his eyes and looking down.

Wearing a medal-adorned suit, he stands beside the Duchess of Sussex, who is looking down with a sombre expression on her face.

Prince Harry and his brother Prince William stood side by side with their wives, Meghan and Kate, as they set aside their bitter struggle to pay their respects to their grandmother.

The Sussexes stood at the rear of the royal family group, Harry was right behind William and Meghan was right behind Kate.

The touching moment is the first time the pair have been seen together since their surprise tour at Windsor Castle on Saturday, and a rare show of synergy.

The royal couples left the building side by side, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding hands and the Princess of Wales reassuringly rubbing her husband’s arm.

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