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Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Send a Letter to Charity StreetGames with Their Royal Monogram

Olowokandi Fiyin
Jun 28, 2020
04:30 P.M.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have continued to use their royal monogram months after they officially stepped down from their roles as senior royals.

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Although they officially stepped away from their royal duties at the end of March, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have continued to use their royal monogram. That little tidbit became public knowledge after StreetGames posted a letter that the couple sent to them on Twitter.

Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle at an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle at an official photocall to announce their engagement at The Sunken Gardens at Kensington Palace on November 27, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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The letter, which was written to show appreciation to the charity for the role they played in distributing meals in London, bore the crown logo - which is otherwise known as a coronet.

[Meghan and Harry] also agreed to reimburse £2.4million of taxpayers’ money, which was spent on renovating the Frogmore Cottage as it will remain their home in the United Kingdom.

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It didn’t take long before royal fans began asking why the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were still making use of the monogram - a question that quickly found an answer.

According to Hello! Magazine, the reason behind the pair’s continued use of the monogram would be because Harry is the child of an heir apparent.

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In fact, after they got married in 2018, a Coat of Arms was created for Meghan following the approval of the Queen, according to the royal website.

The royal website revealed that during the process of creating the Coat of Arms, Meghan worked hand-in-hand with the College of Arms so that they could come up with a logo that was both representative and personal to her.

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With that in mind, the College of Arms developed a Coat of Arms that combined elements that represented Meghan’s home state, the Pacific Ocean off the California coast, and the authority of words.

As regards their step down from royal duties, Hello! Magazine reported that in addition to not using their HRH titles anymore, Harry and Meghan would stop representing the Queen.

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The pair also agreed to reimburse £2.4million of taxpayers’ money, which was spent on renovating the Frogmore Cottage as it will remain their home in the United Kingdom.

Amid the drama that Meghan and Harry’s decision brought, Hello! Magazine disclosed a reply they received from Sarah Ferguson after the royal fan sent her a Christmas card.

The card which noted that the family was looking to “the road ahead” was signed by Sarah, Beatrice, Andrew, Eugenie, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank.

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