Former Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Receive Backlash For Still Using Crown Logo

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have once again come under the radar of criticism as they are still using the crown logo as a part of their monogram

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Former Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Receive Backlash For Still Using Crown Logo
The Former Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are always in the news. Ever since they have exchanged wedding vows, their every move has been scrutinised. Especially after they decided to exit their royal duties and move out of the royal palace, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finding it difficult to have some privacy. A lot is being reported about their lifestyle and more. Now, they have come under the radar for still using the crown logo in their monogram.

It came to light when Street Games posted a letter sent by the former Duke and Duchess on Twitter. On the letter, one can see the crown logo and the netizens are wondering as to how they can still use it, despite not being a part of the royal family. Many are racking their brains over this, and some are even criticising Meghan and Harry for not completely giving up on their royal lineage as they claim.

A user replied to the letter and wrote, "Still using the logo!! What don't you understand about your walk away from Royal Life? Still want the perks with none of the work?" Another one wrote, "Harry walked away from everything Royal, which includes crown logo. Meghan never was Royal."










However, as reported by Insider.com, the former editor of "The International Who's Who" has shared that Meghan and Harry are entitled to use the logo. The editor has said, "They are entitled to use the coronet as Harry is the son of an heir apparent and Meghan was also assigned a coronet on their marriage." (Also Read: Canadians Ask Prince Harry And Meghan Markle To Pay More Than 40 Thousand Dollars Of Tax Payers Money Spent On Their Security Arrangements)






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