Sussex Royal Title Chaos: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are 'Not Very Important' and Only Have Their 'Names and Connection' to Royalty

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Source: MEGA

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'are nothing without their titles.'

May 11 2024, Published 12:32 p.m. ET

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are senior royals, but as non-working members, are not allowed to use their royal styles and titles in public. This didn't stop the Duchess of Sussex from "sounding like a full-on princess" next to her Duke during a speech about mental health at an Abuja, Nigeria, school.

"I see myself in all of you. It is a complete honor to have our first visit to Nigeria," the Suits star said on behalf of the Montecito pair.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex watch a dance at Lightway Academy College, Abuja, Nigeria, May 10, 2024.

The duo are in the African nation on behalf of the nation's government but are taking measures to ensure locations connected to their foundation are highlighted, such as the school the two visited on Friday, May 10.

Speaking to GBN's Nana Akua, royal author Tom Bower said the "tour" was "yet another milestone in their intention to snub and humiliate the British royal family." He added: "The casualties and victims of their selfish touring are [the royals] and Britain itself."

Bower continued: "This interference in Nigeria, a country which is a very important member of the Commonwealth, by the Sussexes who d----- the Commonwealth in their notorious Netflix series, is really quite another milestone in their intention to snub and humiliate" the monarchy.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle undertake 'engagements' in Abuja, Nigeria, on May 10, 2024.

Akua then highlighted emerging details about how Harry and Meghan's Archewell Foundation is spread throughout the country, and the couple are mostly just visiting beneficiaries of the charity.

"But I think the accounts on that foundation didn't appear to have very much money, so I'm curious about this one," she asked Bower in response to Archewell's "going into the red" months earlier.

He replied: "I think they gave the Nigeria something like £20,000, a pittance. This is all about promoting the brand and this is all about their own selfish endeavours to actually assert themselves as terribly important people. And they've got a problem with that because they're not very important. The only thing they do have is their names and their connections to the royal family."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend three days in Nigeria in May 2024.

"What else are they going to do, represent the monarch and the British government to promote bilateral peacetime ties, trade, and/or investment — that ship has sailed," a royal insider laughingly spilled about the trip and the Archewell Foundation.

They added: "This is pure and simple for Netflix and Meghan's brand, and how they promote racism throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. They tried to nudge the King to give them a pre-tour photo op when Harry was in London, but he made his mother and ancestors proud by seeing right through the scam. His Majesty nor our ancient British Crown are for hire."

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'Harry and Meghan were never quite good at royal tours. They are far too self-absorbed to make it look engaging," a former palace aide spilled.

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