Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry are getting set to step down from their senior royal roles as of March 31, and with it will likely come some major life changes for the couple. However, there was one huge difference to the post.
Rumors of a potential move to America have been circulating since the couple announced in January that they'd "step back" as senior members of the royal family and move away from the United Kingdom part-time. We look forward to reconnecting with you soon. "You've been great!' They signed off as 'Harry and Meghan".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will cover the costs of their security when they stop being senior working royals, a spokeswoman for the couple has said.
Issues within the discussions included the couple's HRH styles.
Meghan and Harry will also no longer use their "Sussex Royal" brand or any iteration of the word "royal".
"Privately-funded security arrangements have been made".
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He aired De Blasio's interviews from January, February and one from two weeks ago on March 13 - in which De Blasio said, "New Yorkers should go about their lives".
Estimates of the bill to protect Harry and Meghan have ranged from £3 million to £20 million a year.
A spokeswoman for the Sussexes took the unusual step of commenting about their protection plans after Mr Trump said in a tweet on Sunday: "Now they have left Canada for the US however, the USA will not pay for their security protection".
This had led the 93-year-old monarch to call an emergency summit with her eldest son and heir Prince Charles, and his two sons Princes William and Harry, to thrash out the terms of their departure.
So from Wednesday, the couple, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will be free to pursue new careers, earn their own money and spend most of their time in North America.
But, after today, Buckingham Palace is officially done commenting on the lives of Harry and Meghan. They still intend to establish a non-profit organization, but it will not use that name, according to HELLO! The question of who should foot the bill going forward has been up in the air since the pair made a decision to step back from royal duties in January. While the drama seems to have settled down quite a bit in recent weeks, a new report from The Daily Mail reveals the Sussexes' quit their royal duties over email, which caused some tension within the House of Windsor.
But on Sunday, a spokeswoman for Harry and Meghan said: "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no plans to ask the USA government for security resources".
The spokesperson added: "For now, there will be no additional information on their next steps".