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Meghan Markle and Harry: a new imbroglio at Clarence House


After the announcement of his renunciation of his active royal responsibilities, the couple formed by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have to reorganize themselves. Indeed, Prince Charles decided to stop financing the mail service addressed to them, received in London at his residence in Clarence House.

Like all the members of the British royal clan, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle receive each month thousands of letters from their benevolent admirers. However, it seems that the latter will soon have to rethink their organization concerning the reception of their mail: Prince Charles has indeed decided to put an end to the financing of their correspondence service within his residence of Clarence House.

According to our source, the Prince of Wales took this decision following the announcement of his son Harry and Meghan Markle to relinquish their active royal responsibilities. This means that all professional ties in London will be severed at the end of March 2021. The Correspondence Section of Clarence House, which has four employees, is responsible for mail to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but also to Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton, as well as to the occupants of the residence, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles.

Our source stated that the couple of Harry and Meghan had not yet worked out the details of their correspondence in the United States since their move to Los Angeles, California. However, this does not prevent their admirers from writing a letter to the famous royal couple: to write to them, it is possible to find out where to address his letter by visiting the website of their Archwell Foundation.

While the influx of letters for the couple who said “yes” to each other in 2018 has declined somewhat since their move, the pace is expected to increase. Meghan Markle announced her second pregnancy on Valentine’s Day, February 14. As their family grows, they are expected to receive a great deal of mail and good wishes for the upcoming birth.

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