Reports of King Charles’ ‘slimmed-down’ monarchy agenda seem to be true as Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan are demoted to the bottom of the Royal Family’s website. Formerly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were positioned around halfway down the page, just below senior royals.
The webpage was updated after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. However, the downward movement didn’t happen until recently. Harry and Meghan are currently placed just above the disgraced Prince Andrew.
The new development also had some family members removed from the site entirely. For instance, Prince Michael of Kent and his wife Marie-Christine, who are non-working royals, were blotted out of the site completely.
Harry and Meghan Demoted On The Royal Family’s Website After Failing To Resolve Differences With King Charles and Prince William
It’s believed that Harry and Meghan were demoted on the Royal Family’s website for not making amends with the King Monarch and Prince William.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly returned to California a day after the Queen’s funeral without resolving their differences with King Charles and Harry’s brother.
There was a display of cordiality between William and Harry’s family during the burial period. They stood side-by-side in support of their father mourning their loss. Their wives, Meghan and Kate also had a joint engagement visiting flowers and tributes in Windsor days before the Queen’s state funeral.
Harry and Meghan were first demoted on the page around 15 months ago, having previously sat below the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Meghan’s ‘Archetypes’ Podcast Set To Return After The Queen’s Burial
Harry and Meghan were demoted on the Royal Family’s website as Meghan’s Archetypes podcast is to return next week.
The duchess had to pause the release of her Spotify podcast in respect of the Queen’s funeral rites. But Archetypes will return on Tuesday, October 4.
It will include comedian and actor, Margaret Cho, and they’ll have a conversation about Asian American tropes in the entertainment industry.