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Duke and Duchess of Sussex to close office at Buckingham Palace

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are closing their office at Buckingham Palace, which will lead to some of its 15 employees becoming redundant. The couple announced that they were stepping back as senior royals in January and are no longer in need of an office in London. As details are being finalised, some of the employees will be redeployed within the royal household but there will be some…
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Titles and styles: How to address Harry & Meghan

With a deal now in place for The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, it was announced in quite a confusing statement that “The Sussexes will not use their HRH titles as they are no longer working members of the Royal Family.” Unfortunately, “HRH titles” is…
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Retail expert predicts Harry & Meghan's revenue could hit £400m a year, if not more

With the Sussexes stepping away from their roles as senior royals and making a bid for financial independence, there’s been much talk about exactly how they could earn money in the coming years. Product endorsements, speaking engagements, and book deals have all been mentioned, and the Sussexes filed a trademark on their foundation last June covering more than 100 items ranging from…
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Harry in Botswana: Sussex Royal Visit

The Duke of Sussex spent the day in Botswana as he began the second leg of his royal visit to Africa, while the Duchess stayed in South Africa for a private engagement. Harry’s day began at the Chobe Forest Tree Reserve, where he helped plant trees with schoolchildren to “raise awareness of the fragility of these vital ecosystems,” per the Buckingham Palace press release. Harry…
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The Duke of Sussex acknowledges and welcomes the formal apology from Splash News

The Duke of Sussex has acknowledged and welcomed the formal apology from Splash News and Picture Agency after they took photographs of his home in Oxfordshire from a helicopter on 9 January 2019. The property had been chosen by Prince Harry and his wife Meghan because of the high level of privacy it afforded. However, the helicopter flew at a low altitude allowing Splash to take photographs in the…
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