Why are Harry and Meghan taking a break? This poll explains

Friday, 10 Jan, 2020

Meghan has said that as an American she did not understand the level of scrutiny the royals faced in Britain and has found her transition into a royal role hard, especially as the couple is raising their first child, eight-month-old Archie.

But according to the Mirror, the 38-year-old Suits star definitely won't be returning to the popular drama series as its final episode aired in September last year.

"No pressure, Meghan and Harry, but if you do choose to move to Canada, free coffee for life".

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have announced they will step back from senior roles. "To sort of go off and say, "I'm going to do it my way and be here and not there". we don't know what he is going to do really, to be honest".

Because of this history the tabloids will undoubtedly link the latest announcement to Meghan and unfairly paint her as the villain. Piers Morgan, meanwhile, declared in his column, "I've seen some disgraceful royal antics in my time, but for pure arrogance, entitlement, greed, and willful disrespect, nothing has ever quite matched the behavior of the 'Duke and Duchess of Sussex.' I put inverted commas around those titles because I sincerely hope they won't exist much longer". Previous members of the Royal Family have faced criticism for "cashing in" on their fame. He said Prince Harry is also now a "counsellor of state", which means he can be required to fill in for the Queen on certain occasions.

"Harry and Meghan rubbed salt into the wounds by making the huge announcement a day before Kate's birthday". It's a bold move", said Valdivia, adding that it definitely has angered a number of people, "but this is what they wanted to do. He said he thinks this relates to their new media management strategy, which they laid out on their website on Wednesday.

He called upon Queen Elizabeth to "fire Their Royal Hustlers". For decades, the United Kingdom media has proclaimed its reverence for the queen while treating the travails of her family as fair game, from the divorces of three of her four children to second son Prince Andrew's troubling friendship with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Buckingham Palace responded by saying discussions were at an "early stage" and involve "complicated issues".

"From today Meghan and Harry's figures will no longer appear in our Royal Family set".

It is also unclear if their new status will see them continue to receive round-the-clock armed security provided by London's Metropolitan Police. They plan to give up payments from the Sovereign Grant, an annual stipend the Royal family receives from the government to cover expenses.

They said in the future they would "engage with grassroots media organizations and young, up-and-coming journalists".

It's like Meghan and Harry are living out a fairy tale that's even more modern and progressive than Frozen.

It's not clear how they will earn an income given that their current work, beyond Royal engagements, involves charities.

The couple said the grant was equivalent to 5% of their income towards running their office.

"I think they think they can become kind of a celebrity royal couple, which is kind of very different than being a working member of the royal family", he said.