In terms of title usage, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry should “follow Charles Spencer’s example.”
This publication has been told that MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry should follow Charles Spencer’s lead and not use their full royal titles for private and business endeavors.
The Duchess of Sussex is gearing up for a milestone birthday this week: her 40th. She is scheduled to luxuriate in the California sunlight in the luxury of her and Harry’s multimillion-dollar Montecito house. According to reports, the couple has decided to forego a glittery and spectacular star-studded night out in favor of having renowned party planner Colin Cowie transform their home into the venue.
Some of their A-list friends are likely to attend, including Oprah Winfrey, with whom they sat down in April and ripped into the Royal Family, citing racism and a failure to help Meghan with her mental health issues.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have both been quite busy in recent weeks, revealing a slew of new ventures.
Meghan is assisting with the production of her first Netflix original film, an animation called “Pearl,” while Harry is working on his memoirs, which are slated to be published in 2022.
Meghan’s first work since leaving the Royal Family, her children’s book ‘The Bench,’ sparked outrage when she used her royal title, ‘Meghan, Duchess of Sussex,’ on the front cover, causing worldwide outrage.
It was just a few months after she and Harry announced their decision to leave The Firm as working members, relinquishing their HRH titles.
A seasoned royal analyst, Marlene Koenig, believes it is time for the couple, like countless other members of the Royal Family, to stop using their titles.
She used the example of Princess Diana’s brother, Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer, who has published several books but has avoided advertising them using his full royal title.
“Uncle Charles Earl Spencer, he’s authored novels but doesn’t use his name: he goes by Charles Spencer,” Ms Koenig told this website.
“The Earl of Harewood, whose father was the Queen’s first cousin, worked as a producer under the name Lascelles.
“So, I think they should stop using their titles and just call themselves Meghan and Harry Sussex; there’s a lot of precedent for it, especially in the United States.
“If you’re abroad, there’s nothing stopping you from having your royal title, but you normally don’t use it.”Brinkwire Summary News”.