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Harry and Meghan may no longer be able to use their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand after stepping down as working royals. According to reports, after much family discussion, it has been agreed that the use of the word ‘royal’ in Sussex Royal is no longer tenable. 👑

Whichever way this ends up going, I personally don’t think it’s that important that the Sussexes get to use the word “Royal” in their foundation name. They’re going to be successful no matter what they do or what name they use. What are your thoughts? 💭

Harry and Meghan may no longer be able to use their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand after stepping down as working royals. According to reports, after much family discussion, it has been agreed that the use of the word ‘royal’ in Sussex Royal is no longer tenable. 👑 Whichever way this ends up going, I personally don’t think it’s that important that the Sussexes get to use the word “Royal” in their foundation name. They’re going to be successful no matter what they do or what name they use. What are your thoughts? 💭 - 5 hours ago

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Ok here I go again. I may (again) regret posting these but you guys keep asking me for NEW photos and we haven’t seen Meghan since an unofficial engagement on January 16th (and an official engagement on January 7th). So here’s your Meghan & Harry fix. ✈️ Meghan and Prince Harry looked happier than ever on Friday, Valentine's Day, as they landed in Canada after a quick visit to her native United States.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wore big smiles as they departed a commercial flight at Victoria International Airport, with her exiting first and him walking behind her, along with members of their security team. It marked the first time the two have been photographed together since January 7, when they were seen in London! 💙

Ok here I go again. I may (again) regret posting these but you guys keep asking me for NEW photos and we haven’t seen Meghan since an unofficial engagement on January 16th (and an official engagement on January 7th). So here’s your Meghan & Harry fix. ✈️ Meghan and Prince Harry looked happier than ever on Friday, Valentine's Day, as they landed in Canada after a quick visit to her native United States. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wore big smiles as they departed a commercial flight at Victoria International Airport, with her exiting first and him walking behind her, along with members of their security team. It marked the first time the two have been photographed together since January 7, when they were seen in London! 💙 - 3 days ago

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Hope everyone had a lovely Valentine’s Day! 💞

Hope everyone had a lovely Valentine’s Day! 💞 - 4 days ago

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Meghan and Harry paid a visit to Stanford University on Tuesday to attend a brainstorming session over several hours with professors and academics at the prestigious university in Palo Alto, California! 📚

The meeting was to help them with their ongoing work to establish a new charitable organization.

Meghan and Harry paid a visit to Stanford University on Tuesday to attend a brainstorming session over several hours with professors and academics at the prestigious university in Palo Alto, California! 📚 The meeting was to help them with their ongoing work to establish a new charitable organization. - 5 days ago

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Meghan and @voguemagazine’s Edward Enninful celebrate their collaboration on the September edition of @britishvogue in a new video! 💘 Also, can you even *imagine* getting a call from Meghan?! ☎️😵🥰

Meghan and @voguemagazine ’s Edward Enninful celebrate their collaboration on the September edition of @britishvogue in a new video! 💘 Also, can you even *imagine* getting a call from Meghan?! ☎️😵🥰 - 5 days ago

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This was a little over a year ago and I LOVE what Meghan did here! Writing words of affirmations for people on items in their lunch to make them feel empowered! 💞 Notes such as “You are Strong” “You are Important” “You are Loved” “You are Beautiful” 🍌

Has anyone tried Meghan’s “Banana Messaging” while packing their kiddos lunches? Or even a friend/co-worker? Let me know and please send me pictures so I can share! 💛

This was a little over a year ago and I LOVE what Meghan did here! Writing words of affirmations for people on items in their lunch to make them feel empowered! 💞 Notes such as “You are Strong” “You are Important” “You are Loved” “You are Beautiful” 🍌 Has anyone tried Meghan’s “Banana Messaging” while packing their kiddos lunches? Or even a friend/co-worker? Let me know and please send me pictures so I can share! 💛 - 8 days ago

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Next month, Meghan and Harry will be coming back to the U.K. with baby Archie but not for long. It has been reported that Queen Elizabeth has requested their return for the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9th! 🇬🇧 This event will be part of the final round of royal engagements in which Meghan and Harry take part before they make their final transition to a more ‘non-Royal’ life. They will attend the service as president and vice-president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.

Next month, Meghan and Harry will be coming back to the U.K. with baby Archie but not for long. It has been reported that Queen Elizabeth has requested their return for the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey in London on March 9th! 🇬🇧 This event will be part of the final round of royal engagements in which Meghan and Harry take part before they make their final transition to a more ‘non-Royal’ life. They will attend the service as president and vice-president of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. - 10 days ago

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It has been confirmed that Meghan & Harry made their first public appearance together at a private event for @jpmorgan at @1hotels in South Beach Miami yesterday! 🌴 Only Harry gave a speech (not a keynote), while Meghan just attended. 💕

It has been confirmed that Meghan & Harry made their first public appearance together at a private event for @jpmorgan at @1hotels in South Beach Miami yesterday! 🌴 Only Harry gave a speech (not a keynote), while Meghan just attended. 💕 - 11 days ago

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Today, February 6th, marks Accession Day. "For the first time in the history of the world, a young girl climbed into a tree one day a Princess and after having what she described as her most thrilling experience she climbed down from the tree next day a Queen." 💗

On February, 6, 1952, the day George VI died at Sandringham House, Elizabeth wasn't by her father's side — instead, she was working on his behalf. At the time, the British monarchy was under intense scrutiny in Kenya. Mau Mau fighters were gaining power in their fight against British colonialism and for independence (which they eventually won in 1963). Though the safety of the royal family was a big concern among British officials, the King felt it was necessary to show face on the African continent. Knowing that the King was too ill to travel, Elizabeth set off on the Commonwealth tour with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh (who became Prince Philip in 1957). Little did Elizabeth know that when she departed Heathrow on January 31, 1952 that it would be the last time she'd ever see her beloved father. In the early afternoon, Philip was the one to first learn that George VI had died after a local newspaper reporter told him. And later on in the afternoon, when the royal couple was at a fishing lodge 20 miles away from the hotel, Philip finally told his wife.

After hearing the tragic news, Elizabeth took a walk around the grounds with Philip. She then immediately began writing letters to leaders apologizing that she'd have to cancel the rest of her trip.

A day later, Commonwealth representatives and privy counselors attended an Accession Council at St. James's Palace where Elizabeth officially recognized her new role. “By the sudden death of my dear father I am called to assume the duties and responsibilities of sovereignty," she explained. "My heart is too full for me to say more to you today than I shall always work, as my father did throughout his reign, to advance the happiness and prosperity of my peoples." #LongLiveTheQueen 🇬🇧👑

Today, February 6th, marks Accession Day. "For the first time in the history of the world, a young girl climbed into a tree one day a Princess and after having what she described as her most thrilling experience she climbed down from the tree next day a Queen." 💗 On February, 6, 1952, the day George VI died at Sandringham House, Elizabeth wasn't by her father's side — instead, she was working on his behalf. At the time, the British monarchy was under intense scrutiny in Kenya. Mau Mau fighters were gaining power in their fight against British colonialism and for independence (which they eventually won in 1963). Though the safety of the royal family was a big concern among British officials, the King felt it was necessary to show face on the African continent. Knowing that the King was too ill to travel, Elizabeth set off on the Commonwealth tour with her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh (who became Prince Philip in 1957). Little did Elizabeth know that when she departed Heathrow on January 31, 1952 that it would be the last time she'd ever see her beloved father. In the early afternoon, Philip was the one to first learn that George VI had died after a local newspaper reporter told him. And later on in the afternoon, when the royal couple was at a fishing lodge 20 miles away from the hotel, Philip finally told his wife. After hearing the tragic news, Elizabeth took a walk around the grounds with Philip. She then immediately began writing letters to leaders apologizing that she'd have to cancel the rest of her trip. A day later, Commonwealth representatives and privy counselors attended an Accession Council at St. James's Palace where Elizabeth officially recognized her new role. “By the sudden death of my dear father I am called to assume the duties and responsibilities of sovereignty," she explained. "My heart is too full for me to say more to you today than I shall always work, as my father did throughout his reign, to advance the happiness and prosperity of my peoples." #LongLiveTheQueen 🇬🇧👑 - 12 days ago

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Happy Waitangi Day to all of my New Zealand followers! 🇳🇿 On this day in 1840 New Zealand’s founding document, the Treaty of Waitangi, was signed. More than 40 Māori chiefs signed a treaty with the British Crown named the ‘Treaty of Waitangi’. This photo of Harry and Meghan was taken during their Royal Tour in New Zealand in 2018! How will all of my Kiwi followers be celebrating today? ❤️

Happy Waitangi Day to all of my New Zealand followers! 🇳🇿 On this day in 1840 New Zealand’s founding document, the Treaty of Waitangi, was signed. More than 40 Māori chiefs signed a treaty with the British Crown named the ‘Treaty of Waitangi’. This photo of Harry and Meghan was taken during their Royal Tour in New Zealand in 2018! How will all of my Kiwi followers be celebrating today? ❤️ - 14 days ago

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Tomorrow Archie will be 9 months old! Where did the time go!? 😭🎂

Tomorrow Archie will be 9 months old! Where did the time go!? 😭🎂 - 14 days ago

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A year ago, Harry and Meghan stepped out in the snow in Bristol for a walkabout! I miss these! 😭 Here Meghan chats about Yoga with this woman (she practices daily! 🧘🏻‍♀️)

A year ago, Harry and Meghan stepped out in the snow in Bristol for a walkabout! I miss these! 😭 Here Meghan chats about Yoga with this woman (she practices daily! 🧘🏻‍♀️) - 15 days ago

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