Despite Prince Harry and Meghan Markle choosing to quit being working royals in 2020, it doesn't necessarily mean their children Archie and Lilibet will grow up feeling the same disdain towards the royal way of life.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who now live in the US, were furious about media intrusion and frustrated that Buckingham Palace thwarted their development of the SussexRoyal brand. Harry remained a prince, and the pair kept their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles, but they are no longer referred to as his/her royal highness (HRH). Harry also relinquished his military titles and no longer wears army uniform in public.

When Charles was crowned King in May this year, the couple's children became Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet of Sussex. Mirror Royal editor Russell Myers suggested at the time the youngsters' new status could leave the door open for them both to take on a role within the Royal Family later in life. He said: "Harry said himself that he found princely titles, those sort of associations with the monarchy, very, very burdensome so it remains to be seen what role they (the children) will have with the Royal Family. Maybe moving forward they will have a larger role to play."

There could well be a place for both Archie and Lilibet, with Prince William and King Charles III showing a firm commitment to modernising and diversifying the Royal Family – and could be delighted to include more members within their ranks to help fulfil official duties. Ultimately, any decision on whether or not to include Archie and Lilibet as working members of the Royal Family would be made by the current reigning monarch and their advisors, with input from the Royal Family themselves.

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