King Charles has officially signed the Removal of Titles Bill, which strips Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of their royal titles. The bill was passed by Parliament in December 2022, and it was given royal assent on June 12, 2023.

The bill was introduced by Labour MP Rachel Maskell, who said that it was necessary to “bring an end to the special privileges that have been enjoyed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle since they stepped back from royal duties.”

The bill also removes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s right to use the word “royal” in their titles, and it prohibits them from using the royal coat of arms.

The signing of the bill marks the end of Meghan and Harry’s relationship with the Royal Family. The couple stepped back from royal duties in January 2020, and they moved to the United States later that year.

Meghan and Harry have said that they want to be financially independent, and they have signed multi-million dollar deals with Netflix and Spotify. They have also launched their own Archewell Foundation, which is focused on social justice and philanthropy.

The signing of the Removal of Titles Bill has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised King Charles for taking action, while others have criticized him for being too harsh.

It remains to be seen how the removal of Meghan and Harry’s titles will impact their future plans. The couple has said that they are committed to their work with Archewell, and they have hinted that they may return to the United Kingdom in the future.