Meghan Markle has suggested it was her son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor‘s “birthright” to be a prince and the decision not to give him a title went against convention. She expressed her shock at being told he would not get security and the idea of him “not being safe”, and said she wanted him to have the title so he could have police protection. Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams explained the Queen will be reaching out to discusss the issues with her grandson surrounding Archie’s title.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Mr Fitzwilliams said: “The issue of the title, I had always understood they didn’t want a title and wished for him to grow up normally.
“What is significant there, under the existing rules he has the title or Earl of Dumbarton if he wished to use it and secondly when Charles ascends the throne, he will get the HRH.
“But it is not necessarily clear if they would want this now.
“There have been reports that the Queen will be reaching out to Harry to find out further issues which will no doubt include discussions on the future.
“Healing is going to be an important part of this and how precisely it turns out and transpires, I don’t know.
“The issue with the title wasn’t linked to anything to do with race.
“It was under the current rules which date back to 1917.
“But if it is wished that they have one that is something that would be done.”
Meghan replied: “In those months when I was pregnant, all around this same…