Prince Harry, 36, was stripped of his military titles after resigning as senior royal to move to Los Angeles with his wife, Meghan Markle, 39. Air Force Commander, Royal Air Force Base Honington and Honorary Chief Commodore of Small Ships and Diving Commands, Royal Navy. A royal expert has since said Prince William is likely to receive the titles.
“He lives in the US, they need someone who is in the UK to represent and take part in official events when needed.
“There was a rumor going to Princess Anne but it would be Prince William.
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“They’re going to come second on the throne, which is ceremonial.
“He made a decision, there are consequences.
“You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
“You have chosen to leave, so there are some things that you will no longer have access to. “
Some members of the public have called for Prince Harry to be stripped of his ducal title, but expert Ms Koenig stressed that the Duke may automatically no longer be known as the Duke of Sussex if he chooses to apply for US citizenship .
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Ms Koenig said: ‘He should literally give it up, even though there’s no law preventing him from always being called Prince Harry, but when you become a US citizen you have to give up everything. titles or allegiance.
“But, for example, there are two Americans who are even, one is the Earl of Wharncliffe and I’m sure he doesn’t use his title in everyday life, but I’m sure nothing does not prevent him from using it.
“And there are at least two Americans who have inherited a barony.
“You might not put that on your business card if you’re a carpenter, but it’s not against the law. ”
Clause 8 of Article 1 of the Constitution of the United States states: “No title of nobility shall be granted by the United States: and no person in any office of profit or of confidence under its authority shall, without with the consent of Congress, accepting any gift, emolument, office, or title, of any kind, from any foreign king, prince or state. ”