Prince Harry and Meghan are now trying to move to the next chapter of their life together in Canada. As they scale back from their royal life, it emerged that the real reason Prince Charles became angry with the couple was because of the "level of deceit" in the way they carried out their plans.
An insider told the Daily Express that Prince Charles felt like he was stabbed on the back by his own son. Prince Harry and Meghan decided to go public with their decision to leave the royal family without clearance from the Queen or even the Prince of Wales.
Prince Harry and Meghan were reportedly cautioned about making their plans public until the royal family sat down and discussed everything. But since the Sussex royals felt that it was them against the world, they decided to go ahead and post a statement on their website.
Another source told Dan Wootton of The Sun that Prince Charles also didn't like that Prince Harry and Meghan seemed to want the cake and eat it, too. For some of the palace insiders, the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex acted like celebrities instead of royals with a duty to the Crown.
Meanwhile, Prince Charles reportedly warned Prince Harry and Meghan that they must be careful about what kind of commercial ventures they will get into to earn money as private individuals. The Sussex pair will be given strict instructions about branding their titles to protect the Queen and the royal family. They are expected not to cheapen their pedigree by entering into questionable deals.
However, details also emerged that Prince Charles will be supporting Prince Harry and Meghan financially in their first year out of their royal duties since they will still have to find a way to earn a private income. The Prince of Wales will use the funds from the Duchy of Cornwall, his investment, to bankroll the Sussex's first year. It's the same source of funds that Prince Charles uses to fund the lifestyle of his sons, their wives, and their children.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry and Meghan's arrangement with the Queen in their new roles and new life in Canada will be reviewed after a year. Beginning spring 2020, however, Prince Harry and Meghan will no longer be asked to represent Her Majesty in official royal engagements, including military events where Prince Harry was previously aligned with.