Royal children Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana are unlikely to receive royal titles following King Charles' decision to evict the Sussexes from their UK base of Frogmore Cottage, according to an expert.The King is said to have made the decision to evict Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from their former home following the publication of Harry's memoir Spare, in which he accused his step-mother Queen Consort Camilla of leaking stories to the press.
A spokesperson for the couple confirmed the news to press in a statement which read: "We can confirm The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been requested to vacate their residence at Frogmore Cottage." Now royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams has discussed the impact this may have on the couple's two children, telling Express.co.uk that Archie and Lilibet are "highly unlikely" to receive royal titles.
He told the publication: "It means Harry and Meghan’s children Archie and Lili are highly unlikely to be granted titles" and that it will likely mean that the family's visits to the UK will be "few." On their births Archie and Lilibet were not entitled to the title of Prince or Princess, however this has changed following their grandfather's ascension to the throne.
However, it appears that the King has remained reluctant to grant his estranged grandchildren these titles, with the Royal Family's official website listing the children as "Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor" and "Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor." Following his birth Archie was entitled to the title of Earl of Dumbarton, however Meghan and Harry opted against using this, in a similar fashion to Princess Anne's decision to not use royal titles for her children.The Sussexes' eviction from Frogmore has lead to a divide within.Read more on ok.co.uk