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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II endorsed the decision of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle about the refusal of Royal privileges, but would prefer that they remained full-fledged senior members of the Royal family. It is reported The Mirror, citing an official statement by Buckingham Palace.
Elizabeth II said that the entire Royal family fully supports the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but she personally wished to retain their last status.
However, the Queen approved a “transition period” for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, during which the couple will gradually withdraw from the Royal funding. They will live in Canada and the UK.
Queen Elizabeth II made a statement on the outcome of the family Council, which was held in the family estate Sandringham Monday, January 13. In addition to the Queen it was attended by Prince Charles of Wales and Duke of Cambridge William (father and brother Prince Harry), and Harry himself. His wife, Meghan Markle, had planned to join the discussion via a video link.
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