King Charles III May Strip Prince Harry of His Titles Following 'Harry and Meghan' Release
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A royal expert reveals in a new interview that the new monarch can 'absolutely' punish the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for bringing royal family's drama back into the spotlight.

AceShowbiz - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's upcoming Netflix docuseries may cost Harry his princely titles. A royal expert revealed in a new interview that King Charles III could punish the pair for bringing royal family's drama back into the spotlight.

"I think there will be muted responses to whatever specifics are in there, but we have to wait and see what the accusations are," royal expert Christopher Andersen told Us Weekly on Tuesday, December 6. It was also said that the Duke of Sussex's relatives are "horrified" about what might be revealed on the six-part series.

"I think they're still holding their breath and waiting for the other shoe to drop. Well, there are two shoes that are gonna drop because it [airs in two parts]," Christopher shared. "I just think the sense of betrayal is shifted over now to genuine combat mode because this is a war between the two [sides]."

The "King: The Life of King Charles III" author went on to note while Charles has "extended olive branch after olive branch" to Harry and Meghan following their 2020 royal exit, there could still be consequences for the Sussexes overseas.

"I think [Harry] will be invited to the coronation," the expert opined. "I think they will go in May unless everything blows up [in] everyone's face and irreparable damage is done. … The titles, the charities and whatnot - there's a lot left that Charles could do to punish Harry again."

Christopher said that it could "absolutely" be likely that the new monarch revokes his youngest son's royal titles. However, the King may also go the "keep calm and carry on" route like Queen Elizabeth II so often did.

Previous report claimed that "Harry and Meghan will discuss how they felt their best interests were not being represented by the palace." A source revealed to Page Six, "They'll talk about being victims of the palace media machine."

Another Hollywood insider added, "Harry and Meghan will claim they were bullied by the palace. What will become clear is that they suggest their trials and tribulations tie in with the greater issues in the world, such as racism."

"Harry & Meghan" will release the first three episodes on December 8, while the remaining episodes will be available for streaming on December 15 on Netflix.

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