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Meghan Markle No Longer Referred to as 'Royal' on Charity Site, Sorta

As Meghan Markle is all set to officially step down as a senior member of the royal family, here's how she is feeling after leaving London. Her life has starkly changed for the better, a source told Us Weekly in its issue this week.

When Harry and Meghan lived in England at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, Meghan "felt trapped and claustrophobic".

They may have to wait a while, though as Thunberg said it's "extremely likely" she has COVID-19.

Following the news the couple will withdraw from their roles as senior royals at the end of the month to begin a new life split between the United Kingdom and Canada, producer Al Jean told United Kingdom magazine Radio Times he's keen to tap the pair for a cameo role on the show.

It's true. if you go and click on Meghan's official bio at Smart Works right now, they have indeed dropped all "Royal" and "Highness" terms in talking about Meg. "She feels more relaxed and loves walking around fresh-faced with barely any makeup on", it was further revealed.

Meghan and Harry, however, can retain their patronages - but must drop the use of the word "royal" in their brand name. They stressed the importance of mental health in a post four days ago.

While the former Suits actress is no stranger to the world of television entertainment, the pair have yet to comment on whether we'll be expecting them in Springfield anytime soon.

Our emotional well-being is challenged everyday whether we realize it or not, but our lives are usually filled with distractions. And now, more than ever, we need each other. It's perfectly normal to be feeling any of these things. "No matter where you are, the @WHO have shared some guidelines that can help".

"A palace source told Harper's Bazaar on March 17 that amid the coronavirus, "[the Sussexes are] taking the appropriate measure of heeding government advice.

Shortly after their post, Prince William and Queen Elizabeth released their own personal messages of compassion and encouragement amid the rising concerns of the coronavirus. According to ITV's Chris Ship, Charles has been in contact with Harry since the diagnosis.



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