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Archie and Lilibet 'not expected' to receive royal titles as they aren't 'relevant'
King Charles III sits on the throne.Speaking to the Express, Jonathan said: "I wouldn't expect them to be given the HRH styling. Not because of any falling out, but because I don't think it would be particularly relevant to their lives.READ MORE: Prince Harry's memoir could be out 'at Christmas' after getting legal sign-off'"I think that Meghan and Harry made it quite clear even before they left as working Royal Family members that they wanted their children, or at that time their child Archie, to have a sort of protection from the less attractive side of being in the Royal Family."He added that it would be “strange” if Harry and Meghan pressed for their children to have their HRH titles after their parents had stepped away from their titles.He said: "And I think, given that was their aim and one of the biggest factors in the decisions they have made since then, it would actually seem strange for them to want to try to style their children that way."He cited Princess Anne as a "good example" of a royal who did not want her children to be "encumbered by titles" when they were born.The Queen's only daughter decided that her children, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, would not be styled HRH when they were born, saying it was "probably easier for them"."I think that shows that there are two sides to having these honours, stylings and privileges," said Jonathan.
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Princess Anne eyed up unusual career choice in case royal family were abolished
Princess Anne might be the hardest-working member of The Royal Family but she has a secret career lined up should she ever need to get a job.Despite rarely giving interviews, the only daughter of the late Queen often carries out more public engagements than any of her relatives but also works behind the scenes.The Princess Royal, 72, shunned London life and instead lives a much quieter life at Gatcombe Park, Gloucestershire, surrounded by her two children, Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips.READ MORE: From Page 3 models to reality stars: Celebrities who dated and married royaltyDuring an interview with Terry Wogan in 1985, the princess was faced with the question, what would she do if the monarchy was abolished?While many would have been left speechless, she had the perfect response: "I'd have to work even harder on the farm.I think it's rather difficult to tell now what career I'd have liked to have pursued."But Terry left the Princess amused when he revealed she had actually passed her test and had a heavy goods vehicle driving license."Out of necessity, I qualified as a heavy goods vehicle driver," before adding: "I was actually asked if there was anything I could do, if as you mentioned The Royal Family was abolished and just like that."On the basis of if one didn't have a farm to work on or there was no other alternative, both my husband and I have heavy goods vehicle licenses."His is a HGV one and mine is a HGV three so it seemed like a very logical way of earning ones living."There is in fact quite a demand for good horse box drivers, we know one end of a horse from another, we thought we could probably crack that one between us."While Anne may be a sophisticated royal, many would be shocked to discover that Anne's
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Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral Invite List: Joe Biden, Justin Trudeau, Global Royals and More
Thania Garcia Although the royal family has yet to confirm the official list of attendees for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, various heads of state have already confirmed their planned attendance at the Westminster Abbey ceremony scheduled for Monday, Sept. 19. Buckingham Palace revealed the full schedule of the funeral plans — which will begin in London and end in Windsor — including the several categories of dignitaries invited: global government representatives, foreign royal families, governors general, realm prime ministers and heads of state. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will be present, along with all of the heads of the Commonwealth including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Indian President Droupadi Murmu and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Joining them will be President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen, French President Emmanuel Macron, Ukraine’s First Lady Olena Zelenska and the presidents of Austria, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy and Poland, among other representatives.