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The editor in charge of the affairs of the the royal family in the newspaper "Times" British, Roya Nika, that hesitation King Charles (73 years) "It leads to an escalation of tension “between him and his youngest son Harry, 38, and his wife Megan, 41..

After death Queen Elizabeth IIOn September 8, at the age of 96, Archie and Lillibet are entitled to both titles, as grandchildren of the king..

However, the two children are so far listed on the royal family website under my title "Master" And"To miss"Which "The boss" And"Lose" or "SM".

As for the lack of updated nicknames, the newspaper quoted a spokesperson who said: "The king focuses on the mourning period. It is unlikely that there will be any more titles during that time. I’m sure there will be discussions at some point".

Nika added it "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex They fear that the king may be expropriated Archie and Lilibet of their titles, after his immediate reluctance to recognize their prestige after the queen’s death".

For her part, royal expert Kate Nicholl said: "True royalty"King Charles, "ready to officially give titles to his youngest grandchildren, "But with one caveat, this caveat is about trust".

Following: "They need to know they can trust a family Sussex".

It was reported that when Archie and Lilipet were born, they were too far from the line of succession to receive the titles of prince and princess, due to the rules established by King George V in 1917..

But the queen’s death means that they are now the king’s grandchildren, not the great-grandchildren, and have the right to be called prince and princess and to use His Royal Highness.

However, they have been reported as individuals "it does not work" From the royal family, they will not receive the titles of His Royal Highness.

In this regard, the royal expert, Phil Dampier, said in an interview with the newspaper "Daily mail" English, An "Allowing them to become a prince and princess but without giving them the title “His Royal Highness” would be a classic compromise.".

Meanwhile, the newspaper’s royal editor said "Daily mirror"Russell Myers, it is "There is still some distrust between the Prince and Princess of Wales and Sussex".

He continued: "I spoke to someone who is very close to William WicketSaid, “Don’t be fooled by this.”"referring to the time the couples spent together after the queen’s death.

He added: "I know everyone wants them to unite and have this great truce, but the truce is very temporary, and it was for the queen, who has always been concerned about unity, especially her family.".

The source explained: "Surely William extended that invitation to the Sussex family to come forward and take part in the walk (when they all walked in public after the queen’s death). But as for William, there is still a lot of distrust".

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The editor in charge of the affairs of the the royal family In the British newspaper “The Times”, Roya Nika reported it King Charles The 73-year-old “leads to an escalation of tension” between him and youngest son Harry, 38, and his wife Megan, 41..

After death Queen Elizabeth IIOn September 8, at the age of 96, Archie and Lillibet are entitled to both titles, as grandchildren of the king..

However, the two children are so far listed on the royal family’s website with the titles “Master” and “Miss”, meaning “Mr” and “Miss” or “Lady”.

As for the lack of updated headlines, the newspaper quoted a spokesperson who said, “The king is focusing on the mourning period. It is unlikely there will be any more headlines during that time. I’m sure there will be at some point. discussions “..

Nika added itThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex They fear that the king may be expropriated Archie and Lilibet of their titles, after his immediate reluctance to recognize their prestige after the queen’s death“.

Royal expert Kate Nicholl said:True royaltyKing Charles is “willing to formally bestow titles on his youngest grandchildren,” but with one caveat, this caveat is about trust.“.

He continued: “They need to know they can trust a family Sussex“.

It was reported that when Archie and Lilipet were born, they were too far from the line of succession to receive the titles of prince and princess, due to the rules established by King George V in 1917..

But the queen’s death means that they are now the king’s grandchildren, not the great-grandchildren, and have the right to be called prince and princess and to use His Royal Highness.

However, it has been reported that as “non-working” members of the royal family, they will not receive the titles of His Royal Highness..

In this regard, the royal expert, Phil Dampier, held in an interview with the British newspaper “Daily Mail” that “allowing them to become a prince and a princess, but without giving them the title (His Royal Highness), would be a classic compromise.“.

Meanwhile, Royal Daily Mirror editor Russell Myers said “there was still some distrust between the Prince and Princess of Wales and Sussex”..

He continued: “I talked to someone very close to William Wicket“Don’t be fooled by this,” he said, referring to the time the couples spent together after the queen’s death..

He added: “I know everyone wants them to meet and get this great truce, but the truce is very temporary, and it was for the queen, who has always been concerned about unity, especially her family.”.

The source explained: “Of course William called the Sussex family to come forward and take part in this walk (when everyone walked in public after the queen’s death). But as for William, there is still a lot of distrust.”

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