Cash for Titles: Meghan and Harry's Hopes for Royal Reconciliation 'Laughable' If 'Quick Deals' Loving Duo Keep Exploiting Their Regal Labels

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex still use their royal titles.

Jun. 20 2024, Published 3:40 p.m. ET

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A royal command may as well have been finalized for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle when it comes to the British monarchy. The pair have reportedly been "permanently reprimanded" due to their continued use of their royal styles and titles for "financial gain."

"There is really no foreseeable way in which they’ll ever be welcomed back," royal author Christopher Andersen told an outlet.

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Harry and Meghan left the royal family in early 2020.

"Even if Harry was to throw himself at the king’s feet and beg for forgiveness — which Harry is not about to do — the best he could hope for would be crumbs from the royal table, and the sort of grudging acceptance that is currently being afforded to Harry’s disgraced uncle, Prince Andrew," the scribe added.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have frequently been chastised by royal analysts and historians for using their royal connections after 2020's "Megxit," which saw them abandon royal duties.

"If Harry and Meghan are determined to monetize their titles, then they’ll just be digging that hole deeper and deeper," Andersen continued. "But if they simply use their California-centric celebrity to build their brand and steer clear of overtly capitalizing on the Sussex name and Windsor connection — well, everybody has a right to make a living. Even then, there would still be acrimony and zero chance of Harry getting back into the king’s and William’s good graces."

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Catherine, Princess of Wales at 2024's Trooping the Colour.

This news follows the moment when Kate, Princess of Wales, "made a statement" with her Trooping the Colour appearance on Saturday, June 15, while Meghan's team tried to plug her "failing" brand.

"I would say this is intentional, but also a bit of a miss-hit because the timing was very, very poor," journalist Louise Roberts said of Prince Harry's friend Nacho Figueras, who promoted American Rivera Orchard via Instagram.

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Meghan Markle was reportedly 'angry' her brand was interrupted in its launch.

"Instead of doing the classy thing and sending a very public message, particularly to Charles and Kate, given their cancer battle, 'all the best for Trooping the Colour today, I hope it goes well,' or something in the Meghan style," she added.

Figueras received one of the 50 jars of jam Meghan sent out during the brand's soft launch back in mid-March.

Roberts further added: "Instead one of Harry's polo friends was putting up Instagram pictures of dog biscuits and raspberry jam. Now I don't blame him [Harry] at all, clearly Meghan had a hand in this. But to take the spotlight away from her father-in-law and sister-in-law is really, really poor form I think."

Although Harry's pal allegedly tried to make the day Meghan-centric, the Princess of Wales was praised for her "stoicism" that reportedly "quieted" voices trying to make her appear "pitiful."

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prince harry meghan markle are very much in love despite divorce rumors
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left the royal fold in 2020.

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Fox News reported on Andersen's remarks.

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