London: The royal duties of the UK’s Prince Harry and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle will formally end on March 31, as declared by their office. The Metro reported that in an announcement on Wednesday, the office informed that the Duke of Sussex will hold the positions of Major, Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader. The announcement came as Buckingham Palace evaluated the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s utilization of the tag “Sussex Royal” after their choice to step again from Royal obligations. The Royal couple took Britain aback with a sudden declaration in January that they needed to step down from Royal obligations. The Prince said he was taking a “leap of faith” while trying to build a peaceful and subtle life, away from the gaze of media.
The Sussexes will share details of their new non-profit organization later in the year, a representative for the couple said. Various other royal commitments were additionally announced, with Prince Harry due to go to an Invictus Games event with pop sensation Jon Bon Jovi on February 28. Markle is supposed to mark International Women’s Day seven days later, with the couple’s last official engagement coming along with the royal family at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9 preceding the closing of their Buckingham Palace office on April 1. The representative said the Sussexes would keep on working with their current trusts as they make a plan for engagements in the UK and the Commonwealth consistently. The couple has additionally been meeting for their progressing work to set up their new non-profit organization.
The couple on January 8 declared that they were venturing back as royals so as to become financially independent; however they would keep on serving the Queen. The Sussexes are as of now living in Canada with their infant child Archie, as reported by The Metro. They had at first thought of carrying out a dual role; supporting the Queen, the Commonwealth and the prince’s military associations, but the thought was regarded unworkable.