Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children, Arch and Lilibet, will not be referred to as His Royal Highness or Her Royal Highness, according to King Charles III.

While the titles of Prince and Princess have been bestowed upon them, they have been denied the prestigious HRH status.

This decision has reportedly left the Sussexes enraged, as they argue that their children will now have inadequate security.

They also highlighted the fact that Princesses Beatrice and Eugene possess HRH titles despite not being working royals.

Sources close to the couple revealed that Harry and Meghan expressed concerns about the security implications.

They firmly believed that being Prince and Princess entitled their children to a certain level of royal protection.

The couple has persistently pushed for Arch and Lilibet to be recognized as HRH since the passing of the Queen.

However, they are now disappointed and frustrated that this request has been denied due to their non-working royal status.

Interestingly, some royal fans have expressed surprise at the amount of time Harry has spent away from his children.

One fan recalled an incident involving Prince Louis during the Jubilee, where it was suggested that the nanny had to take care of him because Prince William and Kate Middleton were unable to calm him down.

Comparatively, they noted that Harry seems to have been away from his kids for an extended period.

Speculation about the state of Harry and Meghan’s marriage has also emerged, with some questioning the true reasons behind Harry’s desire to have children and whether he prioritizes his own image over his family’s well-being.

Adding to the ongoing discussions, the couple recently visited the UK and Germany, only to depart again shortly after.

They are expected to return next week but have expressed their intention to stay until the mourning period is over.

Some speculate that they may extend their stay further to continue advocating for titles and refusing to leave until their demands are met.

Concerns have been raised about the limited time Harry has spent with his children, suggesting that he may have only seen them for a week thus far.

Many sympathize with the children, as their situation is viewed as unfortunate and distressing.

So, what exactly does HRH stand for, and how does it impact individuals’ treatment?

HRH stands for His Royal Highness or Her Royal Highness.

In 1917, King George V declared that both sons and daughters of the ruling monarch, as well as grandchildren from the sovereign’s male line, were entitled to this title.

However, Queen Elizabeth II revised this rule in 2012, stipulating that only the children of Prince William, the Prince of Wales’ eldest son, would be granted HRH titles.

This change did not mention Charles’ younger children, leaving Prince Harry in a gray area.

The Queen’s announcement was made prior to the birth of William and Kate Middleton’s first child, guaranteeing their daughter the HRH title as well.

Holding an HRH title comes with certain benefits, including a salary as a working royal and official protection and security.

It also necessitates bowing or curtsying when an HRH approaches.