The Queen is reportedly expected to reach out to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to discuss the issue of Archie’s title, a royal expert, Richard Fitzwilliams, has said.
According to Fitzwilliams, it was not clear exactly what the Sussexes wanted for their son due to previous reports that suggested they didn’t want him to have a title.
“The issue of the title, I had always understood they didn’t want a title and wished for him to grow up normally,” Fitzwilliams said, according to Express.
The Queen is expected to reach out to the couple to seek clarification.
“The issue with the title wasn’t linked to anything to do with race,” he continued. “It was under the current rules which date back to 1917. But if it is wished that they have one [a title for Archie] that is something that would be done.”
The royal expert also explained that although Archie is currently not qualified for the title of prince, he is entitled to adopt the title of Earl of Dumbarton.
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