At the beginning of the year, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry split from the royal family to gain financial independence. A tabloid reported of a remarkable sign that Megxit is permanent and the Sussexes will not be turning back to their post.
No Turning Back
Recently, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry registered documents to disclose that Harbottle & Lewis, a law firm based in London will not represent them. This was taken as a clear sign that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex won’t be joining the royal family again.
The couple cut loose the firm that had represented Prince Harry since his adolescence, as confirmed by the Daily Mail Writer Richard Eden. This is unusual as Harry tapped Gerrard Tyrell, a superior partner of the law firm to come forward as the director of the charity Sussex Royal.
Signs Of Permanent Megxit
Apparently, courtier told Eden “It would appear to demonstrate that they have no intention of coming back. The choice of lawyers is of great importance to the Royal Household and Gerrard was a useful neutral link man between the Sussexes and the Palace,”
— JustMyThots (@Justmythots8) June 15, 2020
The Sussex’s foundation Archewell was handled by the law firm, even though it was substituted by their competitor Fieldfisher. This happened even though The Duke of Sussex had asked for help from Tyrell with some legal advice. Prince Harry had also referred the law firm to his former partners like Chelsy Davis.
A reference said about the Sussexes, “They wanted to instruct their own lawyers, not those also used by the Royal Family. They are on an independent path,”
The couple’s decision of leaving the royal family to gain financial independence was called “Megxit”. It was a total shock for everyone from the media to the acquainted from the family. Some also showed concern as to how the members of the family will manage to keep up with the Sussexes’ upcoming schedules.
Now that it's come out, it DOES seem Meghan was truly bored – a lot.
— Jules (@julesverne12345) June 16, 2020
Meghan and Prince Harry formally quit their royal posts and moved to the United States to build their foundation, Archewell.