Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Meghan Markle’s Unborn Daughters May Not Inherit Royal Titles

Meghan Markle’s Unborn Daughters May Not Inherit Royal Titles

Just last week, the queen was photographed in the Audience Room at Buckingham Palace, talking with the Honorable George Brandis, the Australian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, with a previously unseen photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visible in the background.

In a statement released by the Invictus Games Foundation, Harry said that the Hague "is taking up the challenge of hosting the fifth Invictus Games in 2020".

In 2020, 19 nations will compete in nine different sport areas, including athletics, archery, road cycling, indoor rowing, powerlifting, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball, swimming and wheelchair rugby. Prince Harry has also been scheduled to visit the Netherlands in July. He broke away from his romantic honeymoon with his new wife Meghan Markle to reveal the news.

Invictus, based by Prince Harry, is especially near the couple's coronary heart, and is the place they selected to make their romance public.

Meghan Markle is about to have a royal experience that neither Kate Middleton nor Prince Harry have had: She's going to ride the royal train-which, yes, is a thing-with Queen Elizabeth II.

This year the couple attended United Kingdom team trials for the 2018 games in Sydney. It will be held from October 20 to 27.

The Duke of Sussex paused newlywed life to share some major news. According to The Independent, unless the monarch assigns them any more honorary titles, Harry and Meghan's future children will be called Lords and Ladies of Mountbatten-Windsor.

The royal laws of succession were changed to become gender-neutral back in 2013. This means that Prince William and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge's daughter, Princess Charlotte (3), won't be passed over in favour of her younger brother, Prince Louis, who was born on 23 April, US Weekly reports. Pictured: Prince Harry speaks during The Prince of Wales' 70th Birthday Patronage Celebration held at Buckingham Palace on May 22, 2018 in London, England.

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