King Charles III's restructuring plans could have big impact on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Written by Henrik Rothen

Oct.10 - 2023 1:38 PM CET

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King Charles III's restructuring plans could have big impact on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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According to reports in Great Britain, King Charles III has ambitious plans to restructure the British monarchy, and these changes could have a significant impact on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

The royal family will be divided into four distinct categories: "Senior Royals," "Working Royals," "Non-Working Royals," and "Others."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who have stepped back from their royal duties, will fall under the "Others" category. Despite this classification, they will retain their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

The restructuring plans come amid ongoing controversies surrounding the royal family, including Prince Andrew's legal troubles and the public scrutiny faced by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

Interestingly, King Charles III appears to be taking a stricter approach with his son and daughter-in-law than with his own brother, Prince Andrew, who is reportedly "favored" despite his legal issues.

The new categorization aims to clarify the roles and responsibilities of each family member, especially in the wake of recent scandals that have tarnished the royal family's image.

The "Senior Royals" category will include key members who are directly in line for the throne, while "Working Royals" will consist of those who undertake official duties but are not immediate successors. "Non-Working Royals" will include family members who do not have any official responsibilities.

The restructuring is part of King Charles III's broader vision for a "slimmed-down" monarchy that is more in tune with modern sensibilities.

This vision includes reducing the number of working royals and focusing on those who are directly in line to the throne. The changes are expected to be implemented gradually and will be closely watched by both the public and the media.

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