Meghan Markle stunned royal observers during her Oprah Winfrey interview when she claimed the Royal Family were actively trying to block Archie from becoming a prince or receiving a title. She told Oprah: “They were saying they didn’t want him to be a prince or princess, not knowing what the gender would be, which would be different from protocol.” However, ITV News Producer and co-host of the Royal Rota Lizzie Robinson debunked this claim.
She said that “Archie was entitled” to a title when he was born – and would also become a prince when Charles takes the throne.
Speaking on Royal Rota, ITV News Royal Editor Chris Ship said: “Meghan was alleging that when Prince Charles becomes king, and Archie becomes a grandchild of a monarch, he would and should automatically become a prince.
“But she was alleging that the Royal Family were actively trying to change that for him.”
Ms Robinson responded: “She was asked by Oprah about Archie’s titles, and that’s where the comments around the colour of Archie’s skin came up.”
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She continued: “Archie at the moment isn’t entitled to be a prince. Only the first born of Prince William, Prince George, is entitled to be a prince.
“But, the Queen intervened for Princess Charlotte and Prince Louius so they were all princes and princesses.”
In December 2012, the Queen issued a letter which said that all of Prince William’s children would be entitled to be princes or…