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The Royal family will be forced to attend hundreds of additional events due to the fact that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle refused the title of members of the Royal family. As The Sun reported, citing sources, it was an absolute disaster for Palace.
According to the publication, Harry, Megan and Prince Andrew, whose close relationship with the deceased in the prison of a millionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein had to resign from most of the authority visited during the year a total of 558 events.
Now the Queen and senior officials need to pass on some family obligations to visit more than one event per day. The situation is complicated by the fact that 94-year-old Queen became less present at public events, and 98-year-old Prince Philip had already retired due to health problems.
The interlocutor of the edition told that the loss of three senior members of the Royal family became Elizabeth II an absolute disaster: in addition to the negative headlines, the family was faced with gaping holes in the Royal diary.
Last year members of the Royal family visited 3567 formal events. The most industrious was Prince Charles — he represented the Queen at 521 meeting, his sister Anna was present in 506 games. The Queen, despite his age, called for 300 events is more than Prince William (220) and Prince Harry (201).
The Duchess of Cambridge, which, presumably, will also have to attend additional events, represented the Queen in 126 meetings. Meghan Markle, who was for most of the year on maternity leave, called for 83 events.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle January 8, refused the title of members of the Royal family, retaining the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex. They said that in the future I plan to refuse funding from the state budget and become financially independent. In the spring of this year the couple will cease to perform Royal duties on a permanent basis and will no longer be known as His and Her Royal Highness.
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