Living as a royal, is mostly ascribed as a generational function. There’s no starting date and ending date.
Nonetheless, following the recent decision made by Prince Harry and Meghan, letting go of royal duties, live an independent life and to work on their own, has certainly given an end to their royal statuses.
Hence, a date has been set for the Prince and his wife, as their last day to be recognised as working members of the royal family in Britain, which happens to be March 31, 2020.
The speaker of Harry and Meghan disclosed some few engagements, the couple would perform in the UK before they officially back off from royal duties.
On February 28, Harry will be attending the Invictus Games with American singer and actor Jon Bon Jovi. He will further attend the opening of the Silverstone Experience.
Meghan is also set to mark International Women’s Day in Banbury, United Kingdom on March 8, 2020.
Both of them will be present at the Mountbatten Music Festival, at the Royal Albert Hall in London from 6th to 7th March, as well as the Endeavour Fund Award.
Their engagements will end, March 09, 2020, where the couple together with the royal family, attends the Commonwealth Service which is organised annually to celebrate Commonwealth Day in Westminster Abbey.
Harry and Meghan will effectively live their independent lives as they promised, from April 01, 2020.
However, after 12 months, the arrangement will be evaluated in order to know if it works perfectly for both parties.
From April, their office at the Buckingham palace would be closed. The pair will rather focus on their charitable foundations which include, the Commonwealth Community, Youth Empowerment and Mental Health…