If Meghan Markle has hopes of one day becoming a Princess, we’re about to dash them: according to political commentator Imogen Llyod Webber, the princess title is off limits to anyone who marries in.
As People’s official royal correspondent, Lloyd Webber knows what she’s talking about, and gives Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, as an example.
If the Suits star does marry Harry, she will be referred to as Her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Wales, but never Princess Meghan.
She would also be granted another title, depending on which Prince Harry inherits – most likely Duke of Sussex, making Markle the Duchess of Sussex.
In the same way, when Prince William married Kate, they became the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge respectively.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex titles are currently up for grabs, as are Clarence and Buckingham.
Getting ahead of ourselves? Perhaps. But with rumours swirling that Markle is quitting Suits and moving in with Prince Harry to Kensington Palace, you just never know.