Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have demoted their rank on the Royal Family website

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have demoted their rank on the Royal Family website

The drama within the British royal family does not appear to be ending any time soon. New keep coming family drama allegationsAnd the low popularity And the dissatisfied staff.

Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) have now been demoted from the rank of official Homepage for the royal family.

– gross: A group of Britons speaking to the streets of London, Dagbladet, after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, are not generous in their criticism of their media.
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While the Duke and Duchess were still members of the royal family, they were listed directly below Prince William and Princess Kate.

After stepping down from their duties, in January 2020, they were pushed into the middle of the homepage – just below Princess Anne (72).

But now, after the site has been updated again following the death of Queen Elizabeth earlier this month, Harry and Meghan have been moved to the bottom of the royal family page. daily Mail.

critic: On Saturday 10 September, King Charles signed the documents that would make him King of Great Britain. Two clips from the session went viral. They have been viewed over 22 million times on Twitter.

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The couple shares the bottom position with the scandalous Prince Andrew (62).

Since the notorious “Megxit” couple (nicknamed after the couple chose to step back from their royal duties. Note) the couple were a rare sight in Britain.

The couple returned to the country in connection with the funeral of Elizabeth, who died on September 8.

The site’s demotion is just one of the many headlines in the press that the couple have been facing lately.

Encourage: When Prince William, Princess Kate, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan arrived in Windsor in London, they were greeted with cheers.
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to me Royal Times Editor Will King Charles (73) “have not yet decided” whether his grandchildren, Archie (3) and Lilibet (1), will be allowed to use the title Prince and Princess.

But more than two weeks after the Queen’s death, their titles have not been updated on the royal family’s official website although the parents have now moved on.

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