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Meghan and Harry latest: Sussexes may lose royal titles in Megxit review as Duchess’s miscarriage pain ‘can help others’

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IT'S nearly been one year since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made a deal with the Queen that they would step down as senior royals in March.

Their roles will undergo a review in March, and royal author Robert Lacey said that their 'royal status' will also be debated.

He told Express.co.uk: "There are two titles involved, there is the HRH status and then there is the actual title of Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

"Obviously if the review in March concludes they can't stay working royals, then it's quite likely they would lose or forfeit their HRH styles.

"They have already put it into suspension. The way it is presented at the moment is that they are HRH but they choose not to use it, it doesn't say that they are banned from using it."

Follow our Meghan and Harry live blog below for the very latest news on the couple and the Royal Family

  • MEGHAN CHECKED UP ON JESSICA MULRONEY AFTER SHE WAS LEFT 'SUICIDAL' AFTER RACE ROW

    Earlier this year, mum-of-three Jessica was accused of abusing her “wealth and privilege” by influencer Sasha Exeter to attempt to shut her up in the midst of the Black Lives Matter movement.

    The high profile spat, in which the mum-of-three appeared to threaten Sasha with legal action in a private message after publicly apologising, also reportedly left the Duchess of Sussex “mortified.”

    A source claimed to The Post that Jessica battled “severe depression and suicidal thoughts”, after the incident, which saw her lose her job on ABC's Good Morning America along with a number of fashion deals. 

    They alleged: “Jess couldn’t talk without crying. She could barely respond to a text message.”

    Despite rumours that Meghan and Jessica’s friendship is “not what it once was”, Jessica said that she is “constantly” in touch with Meghan, saying the royal often “checks up” on her.

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY PLANNED 'HOMECOOKED MEAL WITH FRESH VEGGIES FROM THEIR GARDEN' FOR FIRST THANKSGIVING IN THE US

    The family are said to have spent the holiday with Meghan's mum, Doria Ragland, in their California mansion.

    According to News Week earlier this week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who spent the holiday in Canada last year, were “looking forward to celebrating their first American Thanksgiving in the states.”

    The couple planned to enjoy a homecooked meal with traditional Thanksgiving dishes.

    A source close to the family told BAZARR.com: “They are going to have a quiet dinner at home and are looking forward to celebrating their first American Thanksgiving in the States as a family.”

    The source continues: “They plan to enjoy a home-cooked meal with traditional Thanksgiving dishes, including recipes made with fresh vegetables from their garden.”

  • BRAVE MEGHAN MARKLE HANDED OUT CLOTHES TO NEEDY FAMILIES WITH HARRY WEEKS AFTER MISCARRIAGE

    The couple distributed supplies, clothes and diapers at a drive-through run by Los Angeles charity Baby2Baby in August, with the 39-year-old mum revealing she had endured the heartbreak of a miscarriage in July.

    The event saw families in need given basic necessities thanks to the charity.

    And despite their heartbreak behind the scenes, Meghan and Harry threw themselves into the charity work.

    At the time, Meghan wore loose khaki shorts with a white shirt and trainers while Harry wore a baseball hat as they helped out families with both wearing face coverings to stop the spread of coronavirus.

  • THE CROWN COULD BE EXTENDED BY NETFLIX TO SHOW PRINCE HARRY AND WILLS AS ADULTS, FINDING FREEDOM AUTHOR CLAIMS

    The Crown could be "extended" to show Prince Harry and Prince William as adults, Finding Freedom's author has claimed.

    Omid Scobie said he's heard “rumblings” Netflix are considering extending the run past Princess Diana's tragic death in 1997, speaking on his podcast Heirpod.

    He said: “Seasons five and six have been confirmed and there has even talk that the show.

    “I think originally it was reported that it would stop before William and Harry become adults, I’ve certainly heard there is talked within Netflix about the possibility that the show might be extended.”

    Omid added: “When you think of how much controversy this present season has caused, this is going to be a presence in members of the Royal Family lives for some time.”

    The Crown series 4, which focuses on Diana joining the Royal Family and was released on November 15, has sparked outrage with its portrayal of prominent royals.

  • KATE MIDDLETON WARNS HARD CHILDHOODS CAN SPARK ADDICTIONS

    The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, has called for more support for kids, as she unveiled the findings of the UK's biggest ever study on young children and their families. 

    More than half a million people took part in her 5 Big Questions poll and Kate said she hopes to put the Early Years on an equal footing with the other great social challenges of our time during an online forum hosted by The Royal Foundation.

    Results of the huge survey revealed growing isolation and loneliness among parents, particularly in deprived areas.

    Experts say failure to spot serious problems before the age of six can lead to homelessness, poor mental health, family breakdown and addiction — which is costing the UK £17billion as these children grow older.

  • HARRY WAS SUPPORTED BY CHARLES AND WILL AFTER MISCARRIAGE

    In July, Meghan and Prince Harry, 36, were taken to hospital where Meghan said she “watched his heart break” as doctors in California broke the news that they had lost their unborn child.

    The couple informed the Queen and members of the Royal Family after the miscarriage in July.

    It is understood Harry was supported by brother William and father Prince Charles in the dark days that followed.

  • MEGHAN SPEAKING ABOUT HER MISCARRIAGE WILL HELP OTHERS, SAYS LORRAINE KELLY

    Lorraine Kelly wrote a comment piece for The Sun, and said Meghan's brave account of her miscarriage in July could help others going through similar experiences.

    She wrote: “It can’t have been easy for Meghan to write her searingly honest and heartbreaking account of going through the agony of miscarriage.

    “She and Harry were obviously devastated to lose their baby and Meghan described the pain and anguish in a way that will resonate with everyone who has gone through such an ordeal.

    “It’s sad to think of Meghan and Harry later ending up in a hospital room holding hands and trying to deal with their unbearable grief.

    “It doesn’t matter whether you are a prince or a pauper, wealth and status don’t shield you from the suffering that comes with such a terrible loss.”

  • MEGHAN WROTE ABOUT WANTING TO BE A PRINCESS BEFORE MEETING HARRY

    On her website, Meghan wrote about everything from the perfect roast chicken to her top travel tips – and on once occasion, she even wrote an essay about royalty.

    “Little girls dream of being princesses. I, for one, was all about She-Ra, Princess of Power,” she wrote. “For those of you unfamiliar with the '80s cartoon reference, She-Ra is the twin sister of He-Man, and a sword-wielding royal rebel known for her strength. We're definitely not talking about Cinderella here.”

    Discussing “grown women’s fascination” with the monarchy, Meghan added: “Just look at the pomp and circumstance surrounding the royal wedding and endless conversation about Princess Kate.”

    The Tig blog post accompanied an interview with Princess Alia Al-Senussi, a descendant of Libyan royalty – and before their meeting, Meghan said she had a “pinch-myself-I’m-emailing-with-a-princess” moment.

  • PRINCE HARRY 'ADVISED MEGHAN TO SPEAK OUT ABOUT MISCARRIAGE'

    Prince Harry encouraged Meghan Markle to open up on her tragic miscarriage to help other families dealing with similar pain, it is claimed.

    The Duchess of Sussex bravely wrote about losing her baby back in July and her “almost unbearable grief” this week, with her husband persuading her to pen the emotional essay.

    According to Vanity Fair royal correspondent Katie Nicholl, Harry said Meghan’s honest account would help other families going through the same thing. 

    “Harry said (to Meghan) ‘I think you should write about this miscarriage because if we can help another family going through this then it is a reason to do it’,” Katie told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat.

    “That is why they did it. You look at Harry and some of the things that he has said you would never expect from a senior royal. 

    “When have we ever read a royal write like that? I thought it was incredibly brave.”

  • MEGHAN IS SAID TO LOVE THIS MOTIVATIONAL BOOK

    According to The Sun's book editor Natasha Harding, the Duchess of Sussex loves The Motivation Manifesto by Brendan Burchard.

    Meghan called this a “must-have for waking up your inner badass”.

    In short, The Motivation Manifesto reminds us that we’re capable of achieving anything. The only thing standing in our way is ourselves.

    Natasha says: “This book shows Meghan’s determined side, it’s like a call to arms, and full of motivational speak such as, “we shall advance with abandon”.

  • MEGHAN ONCE 'COPYRIGHTED A QUOTE ABOUT FRECKLES'

    The former Suits actress, 39, then going by her first name Rachel, appears to have applied for copyright on the phrase “a face without freckles is night without stars”, according to the United States Copyright Office.

    The listing, registered on January 18, 1996, also states her full name, Rachel Meghan Markle, and her year of birth, 1981. The Duchess of Sussex would have been just 14 at the time.

    While another Meghan Markle may have applied for the copyright, a search found no other Rachel Meghan Markle's were born in 1981.

    There is one other Meghan Markle but she has a different middle name.

  • ZARA TINDALL PAVED THE WAY FOR MEGHAN AFTER REVEALING HER OWN MISCARRIAGE

    Meghan Markle shared the heartbreaking news that she and Prince Harry suffered a miscarriage with their second child.

    The Duchess of Sussex shared the tragic news in an article for the New York Times titled “The Losses We Share” – and there is one member of the royal family who is all too aware of that loss.

    Zara Tindall was the first member of the royal family to speak openly about miscarriage when she lost two babies following the birth of her eldest daughter Mia, six.

    The Queen’s granddaughter, who is married to rugby captain Mike Tindall, revealed in 2016 that her second pregnancy had ended in a miscarriage.

    And two years later the mum-of-two opened up about the loss in an interview with the Sunday Times, revealing she had suffered a second miscarriage before the birth of her youngest, Lena, two.

  • MEGHAN MARKLE'S GO-TO REMEDY TO AVOID GETTING SICK

    The Duchess of Sussex has a sneaky trick to preventing herself getting ill when she is on the go.

    Frequent flying can dehydrate the body and cause germs to be spread in the circulating air, and Meghan swears by a piece of advice that Leonardo DiCaprio follows.

    She wrote on her lifestyle blog The Tig, which has been since removed: “[H]e puts a little Neosporin on a cotton swab and coats the inside of his nostrils.

    “Not only does it create a barrier for germs, it also lubricates the skin in the nose.”

    She added: “That’s important because when the skin cracks, germs can come a running in, so the coating of the Neosporin doubly protects you.”

  • WHY MEGHAN ALWAYS WEARS SHOES THAT ARE TOO BIG FOR HER

    You may have noticed that the Duchess of Sussex appears to often be wearing shoes that are too big for her – and it's no accident.

    According to Fabulous fashion expert Harriet Davey: “Celebs often go a size up, or even two, in the shoe department when they're at an event or on the red carpet and it's for one reason we can all relate to – to avoid blisters.

    “There's nothing worse than uncomfortable shoes (we've all been there on a night out) and when celebs like Meghan are wearing heels for a long period of time their feet can often swell up.”

    She explains: “The swelling can cause blisters and in the long run bunions – like long-time heel fan Victoria Beckham has been rumoured to suffer with.”

  • MEGHAN MARKLE HANDED OUT CLOTHES WEEKS AFTER TRAGIC MISCARRIAGE

    Brave Meghan Markle and Prince Harry handed out clothes to needy families just weeks after their miscarriage agony.

    The couple distributed supplies, clothes and diapers at a drive-through run by Los Angeles charity Baby2Baby in August, with the 39-year-old mum revealing she had endured the heartbreak of a miscarriage in July.

    Despite their heartbreak behind the scenes, Meghan and Harry threw themselves into the charity work.

    The couple's charity work in August is all the more touching given the devastating miscarriage Meghan today revealed she had suffered just weeks earlier.

    The mum-of-one penned a deeply personal essay for the New York Times, saying she and Harry had gone through “unbearable grief” after the miscarriage.

  • PRINCE HARRY AND MEGHAN MARKLE 'MAKE THANKSGIVING PLANS'

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan on having a homecooked meal made with vegetables from their garden for their first US Thanksgiving.

    The family will be spending the holiday with Meghan's mum, Doria Ragland, in their California mansion.

    It comes after Harry and Meghan recently shared the heartbreaking news of their miscarriage.

    The couple have been living in LA after stepping down as senior royals in March.

    According to News Week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who spent the holiday in Canada last year, are “looking forward to celebrating their first American Thanksgiving in the states.”

    The couple plan to enjoy a homecooked meal with traditional Thanksgiving dishes.

  • PRINCE HARRY WAS SUPPORTED BY CHARLES AND WILLIAM AFTER MISCARRIAGE, INSIDERS CLAIM

    The Duchess of Sussex revealed her miscarriage heartache earlier this week, saying she held on to firstborn Archie knowing she was losing her second child.

    She called July’s tragedy “an almost unbearable grief”.

    Meghan and Harry, 36, were taken to hospital where Meghan said she “watched his heart break” as doctors in California broke the news that they had lost their unborn child.

    The couple informed the Queen and members of the Royal Family after the miscarriage in July.

    It is understood Harry was supported by brother William and father Prince Charles in the dark days that followed.

  • THROWBACK POST ON THE SUSSEX ROYAL INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT

    On this day last year the Sussex Royal Instagram account shared a snap of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement announcement.

    It said: “On this day, two years ago:
    “27th of November 2017, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the news of their engagement, later becoming Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex!

    “They have since celebrated their wedding anniversary and welcomed their son, Archie, into the world.”

    http://https//www.instagram.com/p/B5X7Wmtl8lX/

  • MEGHAN AND HARRY 'EXCITED' OVER DECORATING FOR CHRISTMAS

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be “excited” over decorating their new home for Christmas.

    The couple, along with their son Archie, are gearing up for the festive season and looking forward to putting up the decorations.

    A source told People: “They are very happy. Archie is thriving and growing quickly. As a family, they spend hours outside.”

  • MICHELLE KEEGAN 'WANTS TO PLAY KATE MIDDLETON'

    No we're not talking about a new role in The Crown – but rather, Michelle, 33, told The Sun on Sunday that she's got her heart set on playing the Duchess of Cambridge.

    She said: “I'd love to play Kate. I'm getting there with my accents, I do like doing them.”

    What's more, Michelle said Kate, 38, is “just a normal girl at heart” which would make her a perfect fit for the part.

  • KATE MIDDLETON CALLS FOR MORE SUPPORT FOR KIDS

    Kate Middleton has warned that terrible addiction and “poor mental health” issues can often be sparked by difficult childhoods. 

    The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, has called for more support for kids, as she unveiled the findings of the UK's biggest ever study on young children and their families. 

    More than half a million people took part in her 5 Big Questions poll and Kate said she hopes to put the Early Years on an equal footing with the other great social challenges of our time during an online forum hosted by The Royal Foundation.

    Results of the huge survey revealed growing isolation and loneliness among parents, particularly in deprived areas.

  • MEGHAN WANTED TO 'MAKE HER OWN RULES'

    Meghan Markle “wasn’t willing to be part of the royal family” because she wanted to make her “own rules” a fellow aristocrat has claimed.

    Former Californian figure skater Rose Adkins Hulse claims that the Duchess of Sussex made a “big mistake” when it came to Megxit.

    Rose, who married George Hulse – grandson of a baronet, Sir Hamilton Westrow Hulse – told Tatler: “I think she made a big mistake.

    “I don’t think she was willing to be a part of that [Royal] way of life, she wanted to make her own rules and that is sad.”

  • HARRY 'ENCOURAGED MEGHAN TO SPEAK ABOUT THE MISCARRIAGE'

    Prince Harry is said to have advised his wife to open up about her experience. 

    According to Vanity Fair royal correspondent Katie Nicholl, the Duke of Sussex said Meghan’s honest account would help other families going through the same thing. 

    Speaking on True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat, Katie said: “Harry said (to Meghan) ‘I think you should write about this miscarriage because if we can help another family going through this then it is a reason to do it’. 

    “That is why they did it. You look at Harry and some of the things that he has said you would never expect from a senior royal. 

    “When have we ever read a royal write like that? I thought it was incredibly brave.”

  • PRINCESS BEATRICE COULD BE NEXT ROYAL TO MOVE HOUSE

    Princess Beatrice could be the next royal to move house, experts have claimed.

    Royal watchers believe Beatrice could be set to move into Ivy Cottage in the grounds of Kensington Palace.

    Beatrice and her husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi are currently living in St James's Palace, their first marital home after wedding in July.

    If the couple decide to move to Kensington Palace, they will have Prince William and Kate Middleton as neighbours, as well as Prince and Princess Michael of Kent.

  • WILLIAM HAS 'NO DESIRE' TO WATCH THE CROWN

    Prince William has “no desire” to watch The Crown as it'd be “sad” for him and Harry to see their parents' marriage to play out on screen, an insider has claimed.

    Speaking to Vanity Fair, a source claimed the two brothers would not watch the new season of the hit Netflix series – which portrays Princess Diana and Charles' troubled marriage.

    The insider told royal correspondent Katie Nicholl: “Harry has seen the trailers for series four but I can't see him watching it.”

    What's more, a friend of Prince William's claimed the Duke of Cambridge has “no desire” to watch the series.

    Another source said: “The feeling is that the latest series would actually be quite sad for them to watch.”

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