Now it really is: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have definitely left the British royal family. No more Buckingham Palace shows, no more carriage rides
The Dukes of Sussex became, this Wednesday, April 1, a "more" couple from California, the state where they now reside with their son Archie. Of course, before closing their Instagram site and sending their employees home in their London offices, the pair left an automated message in their offices in case someone searches for them. The "out of office" reads: "Thank you very much for your email. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's office has been closed."
In case things were not clear enough, People confirms that Sarah Latham, the spokeswoman for the dukes, has become part of the team that works directly with Queen Elizabeth II, and that this will be reported to Edward Young, private secretary of the 93-year-old monarch.
The message with which Meghan and Harry said goodbye to Instagram:
From now on, Bickingham Palace will not comment on Prince Harry and Meghan. "No other representative will act on behalf of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, including palace spokespersons, employee representatives or any actual source," it was specified in a statement issued Monday.
The couple fired their staff last February, weeks after finalizing their agreement with the British sovereign on their terms for leaving the monarchy and embarking on their adventure outside the United Kingdom as civilians.
Since December, the couple began spending time in Vancouver, Canada, but now they have settled in a residence in the luxurious Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, on the eve of Meghan's debut as you of a Disney + documentary about elephants.