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How Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are rewriting the royal rules?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been on news ever since they announced their royal engagement back in 2017.


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from the role of the senior member in January 2020.



Since becoming a member of the world’s most famous royal family the life as a royal for Meghan Markle has been far from smooth sailing. It has been mostly because of various tabloids who have always criticized Meghan Markle. But we, unlike others, are here to talk about how the couple have modernised the British royal family.

So how the couple has moulded some of the royal rules according to their own ways and preferences? Here are the top 5 ways Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are trying to modernise the family for generations to come.

  • Having a baby shower overseas

The festivities and all the arrangements made by tennis-pro Serena Williams. Serena Williams is a very good friend of Meghan. She booked out the penthouse suite, which features two floors, five bedrooms, four fireplaces, six bathrooms, as well as extensive views of Central Park. Serena personally covered the cost of the $75,000-a-night room bill.

Also read: This photo of 15-year-old Meghan Markle outside Buckingham Palace is proof fairy tales do come true.


  • Not giving birth in the Lindo Wing

In March 2019, The Sun reported Meghan Markle and Prince Harry do not want to have their kid born at the Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital. It is the same spot where Princess Diana and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton gave birth. Instead, it is said the actually couple opted for a maternity unit closer to their home.

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  • Ditching a royal title for her son

On 6th May 2019, baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born — but unlike his cousins, the baby has no royal title. Prince Harry carrying a royal title does not give you a full sense of freedom and independence, fair point. Royal history and blogger Marlene Koenig told that while Meghan and Harry didn’t require Queen Elizabeth’s permission to go with a name like Archie, she may have preferred her great-grandchild to have a title.

  • Revamping her engagement ring

Meghan Markle came under the spotlight once again when she was spotted with her three-stone engagement ring redesigned. Town & Country reported her ring may have been reset in time for her first public appearance following the arrival of Archie. The ring featured a thin micro-pave band, as opposed to the original solid yellow gold version.

While some were outraged that Markle could have redesigned the engagement ring Prince Harry created for her, it is believed Harry designed the new eternity band for their one-year anniversary.

Also read: A closer look into the Queen’s close bond with Meghan Markle.


  • Fighting back against the tabloids

Meghan Markle became the first royal to ditch the unspoken royal rule of “never complain, never explain” when she responded to several tabloid rumours that have plagued her time as a member of the royal family.

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