Succession changed! Why haven't Archie and Lilibet's titles been adjusted yet?

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Writed by - Andy Gocker
  06-09-2022 Germany Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, during a press conference in Dusseldorf to mark one year to the Invictus Games Dusseldorf 2023. The event will be held at the Invictus Games Park at the Merkur Spiel-
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan © IMAGO/PPE, www.imago-images.de

With the death of Queen Elizabeth II. change of line of succession. King Charles III (73) succeeds his mother to the throne and is now king. With that Prince William (40), his older son, first heir to the throne and the other titles in the royal succession plan must be adjusted. Then: The children of heir apparent No. 5, Prince Harry (37), are now entitled to the title of prince and princess, only apparently this has not yet been adjusted on the British royal family's official website. Why can that be?

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Archie and Lilibet are still 'Master' and 'Miss'

As grandchildren of the reigning monarch, the children of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can now bear the titles HRH Prince and HRH Princess (His/Her Royal Highness). In the updated line of succession under King Charles III, which can be found on the Royal House website, the three year old Archie and his one year old sister Lilibet however still listed as 'Master' and 'Miss'.

Picant: In them explosive interview With US talker Oprah Winfrey, Meghan had indicated that Archie would probably not get the title of prince, and the palace had refused the associated security costs. Rumor has it that Charles wanted the British monarchy to be slimmer and fewer royals to be at the forefront.

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'We will work on updating the website'

The royal family's website published an updated succession plan on September 11. While this shows that Archie and Lilibet are ascending the line of succession and are now part of the sixth and seventh generations, Harry and Meghan's children are not actually listed as prince and princess. Buckingham Palace does not reveal why this has not yet happened, but a spokesman said in an interview with 'Hello' that they wanted to take care of the matter. 'We will work to update the website as soon as we receive information,' he announces. (lkr)

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