King Charles III gave some royal family members their official titles after he ascended the throne as the new monarch. However, the big question is, will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have the chance to regain their HRH titles?

It has been known that the controversial royal couple's titles have been removed after deciding to step down as senior royals in 2020. Now, royal expert Katie Nicholl believes Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can have it back but on one condition.

The Sussexes are no longer called His and Her Royal Highness after steeping back from their royal duties. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, via Express, the royal family expert believes the Duke and Duchess of Sussex can "regain their titles if they give up their commercial work."

Though it's not impossible, it will take a major change on the pair's part. Aside from giving up their commercial works, they also have to return as fully-fledged members of the firm. However, Nicholl sees "there's too much water under the bridge" for them to be called His and Her Royal Highness again.

For starters, King Charles officially revealed the new titles for some royal family members now that the official mourning period for the late Queen Elizabeth II had ended. Hence, the royal family's social media accounts on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook have now changed, acknowledging their new roles and titles.

The royal family accounts now have the picture of King Charles and Camilla, Queen Consort. Prince William and Kate Middleton are now the Prince and Princess of Wales and are also officially known as the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and Cambridge.

However, King Charles has yet to give a few members of the royal family their new titles, like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's kids, Archie and Lilibet. They're still named Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor and Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor on the royal family's website.

It's not revealed whether they will be called Prince and Princess or have HRH titles as the king's grandchildren. However, a new report claimed the fifth in line to the throne stopped the decision-making on the new titles of his kids, wanting them to do it on their own.

Prince Harry reportedly wanted Archie and Lilibet to choose their own titles when they grow up. In fact, Meghan Markle's husband had discussed this matter with King Charles after Queen Elizabeth II's passing on September 8 at the age of 96.