Charles to ensure Archie will NEVER be a prince

Charles to ensure Archie will NEVER be a prince

Prince Charles to ensure Archie will NEVER be a prince, even when he’s king, despite it being his birthright 

Prince Charles plans to never make Archie a prince, even when he’s king according to the Mail on Sunday.

The report says it’s part of Prince Charles’ plans to slim down the monarchy and lower the cost of frontline royals. 

Prince Charles is said to have made it clear to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle that Archie will have no place among frontline royals when he is king. 

Harry and Meghan and Archie
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke about laws being changed to ensure Archie will never be a prince in their Oprah interview

The Mail says the move incensed Harry and Meghan and is thought to have prompted the accusations the couple made in the Oprah interview.  

Charles told the Sussexes he will change key legal documents to ensure Archie can’t get the title he should inherit by right when Charles is King. But the future king believes the public does not wish to keep paying for the ever-extending Monarchy, 

‘Harry and Meghan were told Archie would never be a Prince, even when Charles became King,’ confirmed the source.

The full details of Charles’s plans to trim down the Monarchy have never been revealed, but it is speculated only heirs to the throne and their immediate families will receive full titles. Financial support from the public purse through the Sovereign Grant and police protection funded by the taxpayer. 

Insiders suggest they hadn’t seen the move coming, and were shocked to find that Charles will take the active step of changing legal instruments known as the Letters Patent in order to exclude Archie and others.



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