King Charles has ‘new titles’ for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, expert claims

King Charles allegedly has new titles for his son and daughter-in-law, with an expert believing the "shock" names are part of a "radical" new strategy.

The King of England's wild new attempt at reorganising the family sees Prince Harry and Meghan Markle handed a title change in a big Royal Family reshuffle. Their latest titles will see them categorised in a new tab away from active members of the Firm.

Though the duo will still cling to their Sussex titles, the Duke and Duchess will be separated from the likes of Prince William and Princess Anne. Royal expert Daniela Elser recently revealed the title change, which would see the duo marked as "Others".

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Just four months into the reign of King Charles and it is believed the 74-year-old was hoping for "radical changes" to the late Queen Elizabeth II's reign. A number of changes and a "reset" were soon carried out.

According to expert Elser and Ephraim Hardcastle, the King of England is changing bits and pieces of behind the scenes personnel to make for a more streamlined Monarchy. The Daily Star previously reported the King's intentions for a slimmer royal presence.

Writing in her column for, Elser alleged: "Rather, the Sussexes have been earnt the label of the “Others” in a big royal reshuffle, a sobriquet which makes it sound like they will never again be permitted on the furniture in Buckingham Palace’s Good Rooms.

"The source for this particular morsel is the Daily Mail’s Ephraim Hardcastle column. (No Hardcastle actually exists, it’s a made up byline, however it’s generally considered well-sourced.) According to Hardcastle, four months on from Charles’ coronation and debut go at not falling over while holding a sceptre, His Majesty has been hard at work and “has radically reset his late mother’s concept of the 'Family Firm'."

Now, four categories of the Royal Family are being introduced. The four categories, "Senior Royals, Working Royals, Non-Working Royals and Others" will, according to Hardcastle, place the Sussex duo in the "Others" category.

Hardcastle also claimed the duo were receiving harsher treatment than Prince Andrew, with Elser claiming the preferential treatment for the King's brother must "sting".

She added: "Charles has clearly softened his attitude and stance towards his reputationally leprous younger brother. The smoke signals coming from the Palace about Andrew are that he’s made it back into the inner circle."

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