Why Meghan Markle will not be Princess Meghan after wedding

The Suits star does not have royal blood in her ancestry, just as her future-sister-in-law, Catherine Middleton doesn't.


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LONDON, UK — Meghan Markle, the Suits star will soon become a member of the British royal family after her recent engagement with Prince Harry, however, the TV star will not be known as Princess Meghan when she ties the knot with Prince Harry next year.

Markle does not have royal blood in her ancestry, same as her future-sister-in-law, Catherine Middleton, who was later named Her Royal Highness, Princess William of Wales.

Royal blood is the key to determining how a princess is named. So if the queen grants them a royal dukedom, Prince Harry and Markle may be known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, or Markle could otherwise be named Her Royal Highness, Princess Henry of Wales.

Prince Harry and Markle are set marry at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle next May and the couple will embark their first visit in Nottingham on Friday, Buckingham palace has announced.
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