A timeline of Harry and Meghan's best moments as a royal couple

Lawrence Kim
March 25, 2020

If Meghan and Harry were to appear on any fixture of American television, of course it would have to be The Simpsons, after all. Of course, he's frustrated.

An insider told the outlet that "Meghan's thrilled to have escaped the chaos of London".

Harry and Meghan sparked the "Megxit" royal crisis with their bombshell announcement in January that they wanted to quit as senior royals, and step back into a dual role, supporting the Queen and earning their own money.

But before becoming the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry used to be known as Harry Wales after he and brother Prince William made a decision to take on their father's house name. The insider also revealed dog-lover Meghan is looking into fostering a black Labrador. Royal reporter Chris Ship confirmed the news on Twitter, writing "Prince Charles has spoken to both his sons".

Fans of The Crown will know that the Mountbatten-Windsor title was chosen by The Queen and Prince Philip to pass on to their descendants in 1960.

However, The Express predicts she may take on husband Harry's family name Mountbatten-Windsor rather than using Sussex. Here's what they said.

Meanwhile, another source shared how Harry and Meghan's new lives away from the royal family is a bittersweet chapter for them.

Harry and Meghan are saying goodbye to the royal life.

With the COVID-19 national address marking the fourth time the Queen has partaken in this affair, the source told Daily Mail that "It's a real shame that [Meghan and Harry] aren't here" as they are deeply missed amid this global emergency.

'Meghan said they have plenty of space and it wouldn't be a problem'.

'She also said Archie's new thing is blowing kisses, which is just absolutely adorable'.

They have since used their SussexRoyal Instagram account to share tips on how to stay safe during the pandemic, most recently sharing a post with the six World Health Organization recommendations. They aren't just sitting around at home doing nothing'. They stressed the importance of mental health in a post four days ago. "We need each other for truth, for support, and to feel less alone during a time that can honestly feel quite scary", they wrote.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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