Canada's Mounties declining post-royal protection to Meghan and Harry

Canada's Mounties declining post-royal protection to Meghan and Harry

Harry and Meghan will join the queen on March 9 for a Commonwealth Day service at Westminster Abbey, which is expected to be their last official appearance as working royals.

With Canada no longer fronting the bill, the responsibility will either lay with the couple themselves or with the Royal Family.

Harry and Meghan have already had to concede several points to the Palace as they take the extraordinary step of effectively resigning from royalty. "I also know that you've come to know me well enough over these years to trust that the woman I chose as my wife upholds the same values as I do".

Prince Harry, 35, looked in high spirits as he arrived at the Travalyst summit in Edinburgh on Wednesday.

To recap, Meghan and Harry issued a statement on their website which some people thought was vaguely shady.

In the spring the couple, who will divide their time between North America and the United Kingdom, will step away from royal duties and cease to receive public funds.

The Duke joined forces last autumn with Booking.com, SkyScanner, CTrip, TripAdvisor and Visa to forge a partnership to encourage travellers to make "environmentally friendly choices".

He's made it clear that we are all just to call him Harry.

This will be another joint engagement for Harry and Meghan at the Royal Albert Hall on 7 March.

The Duchess of Sussex is also said to have lashed out at "absurd" claims the Sussexes wanted to make a profit thanks to their connection to the Royal Family. She continued by saying Harry is the Queen's "favorite and others just can't deal with it".

The event is normally attended by the Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and is a major engagement in the Queen's calendar.

"We believe travel is a good thing". It is the heart of human experience, of cultural connections, and of new friendships.

"We want to hear truths and perspectives from across the industry". At today's summit in Edinburgh, representatives from across the Scottish tourism sector discussed the need to encourage and incentivise sustainable practices across the supply chain, in a way that meets the needs of consumers who want more clarity on how to choose more sustainable options.

Reportedly, once officially step down as the senior members, they will be allowed to retain their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles along with several other official titles.

Speaking about the "call me Harry" quote, host Ms Hazarika said: "When I was introduced to him I was a bit anxious about what I should say, what were the right things, and he was no, very relaxed, and just [said] 'Harry, just call me Harry".

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