Prince Harry, Meghan Markle decide to drop royal titles after fresh snub?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are reportedly considering to drop their royal titles after vacating Frogmore Cottage.

Meghan and Harry have finally cleared out Frogmore Cottage and handed back the keys to the royal family. The move has sparked reactions from royal fans, commentators and historians as some believe that the Sussex have now said goodbye to the royal family for good and will never return to the royal fold as the have burnt the final bridge. 

While, few think that the Sussexes have given in to the royal family. And hey wont resist the King’s decision.

Meanwhile, some still predict that the Duke will finally return to the royal family and all senior members of the Firm will welcome him.

Few social media users reacted as saying that Harry and Meghan could use their exit from the palace as a victim card to gain public sympathy.

The royal residence was Meghan and Harry’s base in England but King Charles requested he couple to vacate the property.

The couple’s remaining possessions were shipped to their California mansion this week just days before the deadline to leave Frogmore.

Meanwhile, it has not been confirmed yet that Prince Andrew will also vacate his luxurious home as some fear that the Duke of York would resist the King’s decision and won’t shift to the cottage. The couple are not feeling well after receiving the year’s biggest snub from their royal relatives.

Meghan is unhappy for not being invited by King Charles to attend his first official birthday as sovereign, called Trooping the Colour.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s absence from the historic event has triggered a new debate on social media as some speculate and predict that Meghan and Harry would soon announce to drop their royal title.

While some totally reject the claims as they believe if it happens Harry would be deported to the UK due to his admission for using drug in his memoir Spare. As it totally unacceptable as per the US immigration rules and visa policy.

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