Duke and Duchess of Sussex wish to maintain title of Sussex


On May 19, 2019, the newly married and former Duke and Dutchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan in a convertible car after their wedding. They have since decided to leave the royal family (Photo courtesy by AP Photo).

Madison Sutton, Staff Writer

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, have renounced their titles and withdrawn from their thrones. The couple will reportedly no longer live in England full time. However, they were hoping to keep the brand name of “Sussex.” The Queen has claimed that this is impossible considering the fact that Meghan and Harry will no longer be royals – therefore, they cannot use the title.

The couple plans to move to Canada and earn their own share of money. This transition in the Royal family has the whole world watching. Meghan Markle, originally from California, has been rumored to want to be in more films. Overall, although the couple may not be able to keep the “Sussex” title, they will not stay out of the spotlight and plan to continue to contribute to society through their own methods.

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