Queen Elizabeth faces a new set of demands ahead of the Megxit review. In less than ten weeks, senior royals will reevaluate the deals of the Sussex couple's exit.
The Daily Express reported that some royal experts and commentators recently expressed their suggestions and recommendations for the said event. One of them, however, "demanded" the British Monarch to strip Meghan Markle of her royal patronages.
Speaking to an episode of the Palace Confidential podcast, Richard Eden stated that the Queen handed some of her patronages over to the Duchess of Sussex. These include the Royal National Theatre and the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
But, after receiving them from the monarch, she and Prince Harry moved to the United States. Apart from this, Eden claimed that she did nothing for the patronage.
The royal expert continued that Queen Elizabeth should hand it over to Prince Edward and Sophie. He said that the monarch's youngest son "would love it" because he used to work for Andrew Lloyd-Webber. As for the Countess of Wessex, Richard Eden believes that she would be "fantastic" to handle the patronage, considering that she has a PR background.
Another royal expert has a similar opinion of the Earl and Countess of Wessex. Author Angela Levin recently asserted that Queen Elizabeth's daughter-in-law will likely "step into" the gap, which Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left since their exit.
She continued that Sophie has "smartened up her act some years ago," adding that she now looks "very smart." Alongside this, she has, also, reportedly, "got her own dress style."
Levin, later on, noted that the Wessex couple has become a lot more appreciated by the public in recent months. Although the Countess does not have the Duke of Sussex's charisma, she has her dedication, and "she cares."
It remains unclear what will happen after Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the senior royals review the deals of Megxit. But, it seemingly appears that many individuals are calling for the Sussex couple to renounce their royal titles and other links to the British Monarchy.
Geo News recently released a report covering Republic's Graham Smith's statements toward the issue. He said that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex should no longer be able to use their peerages and honors after the review in March. He, also, emphasized that the couple should have done it the moment they decided to step down from the royal roles.