Rules state Meghan and Harry's son Archie would ONLY receive royal title when Charles becomes king
Added 03-08-21 08:36:03am EST - “In 1917, King George V issued a written order ruling that only grandchildren of the monarch who are in the direct line of succession could be made a prince and receive HRH titles.” - Dailymail.co.uk
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Meghan Markle's bombshell suggestion that her son Archie was banned from being a prince amid concerns over how 'dark' he would be appear to be refuted by rules laid down by King George V.
In her interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired last night, the Duchess of Sussex sensationally claimed that a relative of Harry asked him 'how dark' their unborn child would be and alleged that Archie being mixed-race was a 'problem' for the royals.
Meghan refused to say which royal had the conversation with Harry about Archie's skin colour, claiming it would be 'damaging' to the person in her husband's family who raised it.
She also described her 'pain' that officials had denied Archie the title of prince and accused Buckingham Palace of failing to protect him by denying him 24/7 security.
Meghan said Archie becoming a Prince was neither her nor Harry's 'decision to make' and said it was palace officials who revealed Archie 'wasn't going to receive security'.
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