Prince Harry Has 1 Question For Anderson Cooper Amid Talk Of Renouncing Royal Titles

Prince Harry had a query of his personal for Anderson Cooper when the “60 Minutes” interviewer requested concerning the continued use of his and Meghan Markle’s royal titles.

Within the royal’s high-profile interview that aired Sunday evening, he and Cooper mentioned his relationships along with his household, his struggles with the press, and why he and Meghan have determined to maintain utilizing their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles after they stepped again as working members of the royal household in 2020. In a voiceover clip, Cooper mentioned, “Critics say the duke and duchess are cashing in on their royal titles while they still can.”

“Why not renounce your titles as duke and duchess?” the journalist then requested Harry straight.

“And what difference would that make?” Harry retorted.

Within the settlement Harry and Meghan negotiated with the royal household throughout their step again practically three years in the past to the day, the royal couple have been allowed to maintain their Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles, given to them by Queen Elizabeth on their wedding ceremony day in 2018.

Nonetheless, the 2 have been not allowed to make use of His and Her Royal Highness, although they technically nonetheless have the HRH titles.

A nonetheless from Prince Harry’s interview with Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes.”

Harry has been on the interview circuit to advertise his new memoir, “Spare.”

In a sit-down with Michael Strahan of “Good Morning America” on Monday, the previous NFL participant additionally questioned the royal about his preliminary proposal for the step again, through which Meghan and Harry mentioned they meant “to carve out a progressive new role within this institution” all “while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen.”

“There are going to be people saying, ‘Why don’t they either be in, or get out?’” Strahan mentioned. “Because if you get out, there’s no hypocrisy.”

“I can’t ― I can’t ever get out,” Harry mentioned plainly. “And I’m incredibly aware of my position, and I’m incredibly grateful for the life that I’ve had and continue to live. But there is no version of me being able to get out of this.”

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