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Meghan Markle may be wrong about Archie’s name.



Meghan Markle may have been wrong about her son’s royal title during an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, her biographer said.

Omid Scobie, co-author of “Finding Freedom,” said the Duchess of Sussex may have misinterpreted royal rule when she said Archie was not a prince due to a change in order and was treated differently. From his relatives according to To the latest report

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince Louis. Of Cambridge
Meghan Markle said Archie was treated differently than his cousin.
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Unlike the children of Prince William-Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis-Archie, who turned two this month, had no title.

Markle claimed during the CBS interview that she wanted him to have the safety title that comes with it. “All the greatness around this really doesn’t matter to me,” she said during the interview.

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, Megan Duchess of Sussex and Archie Mount Battery Farnsworth - Windsor their son.
Meghan Markle’s biographer says the Duchess of Sussex may have misinterpreted royal laws.
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“If we follow what Meghan said to Oprah and what Wang has said so far about the situation with Archie, perhaps one can think Meghan was wrong in interpreting it,” Scobie said. Which has comments included in Discovery New documentary “Harry and Meghan: Recollections May Vary”

Prince Louis, Prince George, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge show up on the balcony during Trooping The. Color Annual Queen's Birthday Parade on June 8, 2019.
Prince Louis, Prince George, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge show up on the balcony during Trooping The. Color Annual Queen’s Birthday Parade on June 8, 2019.
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“But we also know that there are still many stories that we don’t know about,” he continues.

As a rule established in 1917, the name of the King can only be given to the son and grandchild of the King and the eldest grandson of the Prince of Wales.


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