A spokesperson for the couple said that from April 1 the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would no longer have an office at Buckingham Palace and instead be represented through their charity team in the UK.
Although some outlets are reporting that Queen Elizabeth II has completely "banned" the two from using the word in their current and future endeavours, People magazine's sources have said that "discussions" are still underway about the matter.
Lastly confirming a date, the palace introduced Wednesday that their new impartial lives will formally begin in April, with their workplace in Buckingham Palace closing on March 31, the Night Commonplace mentioned.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, are now living in a £10 million Vancouver Island mansion as they plan their new life outside of The Firm, having stepped back from royal duties in January.More news: Netanyahu's corruption trial to open two weeks after elections
Before March 31, Meghan and Harry will be returning to the United Kingdom for a number of engagements.
Taking to their Instagram account, the Duke and Duchess revealed they will continue to use their social media to highlight one inspiring account each month in 2020. So, in a way, Sussex Royal has been their brand, much like Prince William and Kate Middleton's "Kensington Royal", which, too, has 11.2 million followers on the official Instagram page.
Upcoming engagements: Feb 28 - Harry will join Jon Bon Jovi at a recording session of his song "Unbroken" with the Invictus Games Choir (to be released in aid of the WeAreInvictus Foundation).
Harry will lose his honorary military ranks (including the captain-General of the Royal Marines, which in 2017 he handed his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh), although maintaining the rank of major of the army, captain of the 3rd rank of the Royal Navy and major in the RAF.
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Prince Harry is then due to attend the official opening of the Silverstone Experience on March 6, and the couple will attend the Mountbatten Music Festival at the Royal Albert Hall the following day, reports Hello!
The couple will conclude all royal duties together with the Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey on 9 March.
The source said while Meghan was cooking for the family, Prince Harry had also picking up his wife's favourite hobby and enjoying a healthier diet as a result.
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