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Sussex Royal, it’s OVER: Meghan Markle & Harry have posted their last message…


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On Monday, March 30, Meghan Markle and Harry spoke about the “new chapter” that is opening for them, and for citizens around the world. The couple hopes that the coronavirus pandemic will raise awareness.

On Tuesday, March 31, Meghan Markle and Harry will officially no longer be members of the royal family. As a result, the couple will no longer have the right to use their Instagram Sussex Royal account or to publish on the Sussex Royal website, as Queen Elizabeth II intended. On Monday, March 30, it was then with great emotion that the parents of little Archie posted a final message to their 11 million subscribers.

In this long text, Meghan Markle and Harry evoke this new “fragile” world. But for them, the coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 35,000 people around the world must raise awareness.

They call on everyone to use this ordeal to show greater solidarity with those in need. “We believe that every human being has the potential and the opportunity to make a difference – as we now see around the world, in our families, our communities and those on the frontlines – together we can lift each other up,” they wrote. A “new chapter” that should also bring about, they say, a change in consumer habits.

Nevertheless, Meghan Markle and Harry are looking forward to meeting their “community” in the near future, and they are not about to give up. If they don’t use them anymore, this Instagram account and the SussexRoyal website will remain active, as a spokesperson for the couple said, saying the future is still uncertain. To be continued…

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