In England, it was announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s grandson, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife, Duchess Meghan Markle, had decided not to return to their senior positions in the Royal family and therefore their duties would be given to other family members.
In a statement from Buckingham Palace, Prince Harry and his wife confirmed that they will not return to their duties to the Queen.
Thereupon, the Queen declared that the responsibilities imposed by the public service would not be fulfilled in case of leaving high-level posts.
It was, therefore, announced that the honorary military duties held by the Duke and Duchess and patronage posts in charities as members of the Royal family would be returned to the Queen before being redistributed.
Prince Harry had announced that he would not return to his duties.
Prince Harry and his wife made the decision to sober up from the Royal last year, but a one-year reassessment process was agreed upon after meeting with the Queen.
However, before the deadline expired, Prince Harry said in a statement last month that they would not return to their duties and would be financially independent.
Expecting their second child, the couple will live in the USA from now on.