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Harry and Meghan will never return to royal fold – Archewell clue

Meghan Markle 'utilising podcast' to respond claims expert

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Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry may never return to official business on behalf of the Royal Family, a royal expert has claimed. The couple, who last appeared in public together at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, have spent the last three years living in California. They have set up a new business, Archewell, and secured a slew of active and incoming business deals, which royal commentators believe has finalised their separation from the royal business.

Archewell, which carries deals with Spotify and Netflix, recently updated its website.

Experts have fixed on an aspect of that update that saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s faces prominently featured with a bold slogan.

The slogan claimed: “Each of us can change our communities. All of us can change the world.”

And while most other website associated with Royal Family members have continued to honour the late Queen, Archewell does not.

Drawing on the change, Royal commentator Angela Levin said there was “underlying context” to the move.

She told the Sun Online that the “each of us can change our communities” line hammers home their separation from the Firm.

Ms Levin said: “I think that’s saying very much that they can do without the Royal Family, they don’t need them, they’re fine where they are, they’re building another community.”

She also framed the “all of us can change the world” statement as a glance at the Royals stating “we can do without you”.

Ms Levin argued the couple “actually can’t” do without the royals, a claim she said was supported by their official titles.

She said: “If they could, they would have done it before and dropped their titles and been totally independent but they’re clinging on.”

The website clue is a subtle clue that confirms the couple’s long-term separation from the Firm.

Buckingham Palace has previously confirmed they will not return to their royal duties.

In 2021, palace officials released a statement finalising their separation, stating they would “not be returning as working members of the Royal Family”.

The statement added that the late Queen had spoken with then 36-year-old Prince Harry before making the decision.

The Queen made it clear that “in stepping away from the work of the Royal Family, it is not possible to continue with the responsibilities and duties that come with a life of public service”.

But the pair, who have two young children in Archie Harrison, 3, and Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor, remain “much loved members of the family”.

While they are busy pursuing their business interests in the US, Prince Harry retains a specific royal role in the UK.

He, alongside his brother and uncle, serves as a Counsellor of State.

Counsellors of state may carry out “most” of a sovereigns duties when they are otherwise unable.

King Charles III now reportedly plans to add his sister Anne, the Princess Royal and brother Prince Edward to the list of Counsellors.

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