The real reason Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children won’t get royal titles

But that doesn’t mean the Queen can’t bend the rules for her adored grandson and his new bride.

As the royal wedding came to a close and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were bestowed with their brand new titles – the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – by The Queen, we couldn't have been more chuffed for the regal newyweds.
However, now a couple of weeks on from the event we couldn't help but wonder what title Harry and Meghan's kids might eventually be given?
With wedding all wrapped up, we're turning our attention to very important royal business…
Well, apparently, as reported by PEOPLE, the dukedom given to Harry and Meghan can only be passed on to a future son (yes, this means that any daughters the couple may have will not inherit a title).
So, this means if Harry and Meghan don't have any sons, the title will simply die out.
We don't know how this will fare with Meghan, 36, who, even on the Royals' official website, is quoted as stating: "I am proud to be a woman and a feminist."
Harry and Meghan with their families.
As previously reported by Now To Love, there is potential for all of this to change; at the end of the day, The Queen can make the decision to bestow the children with prince or princess titles.
We saw her make some tweaks with the rules for her Prince William's children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
HRH Prince George, while young Charlotte should have been Lady Charlotte Mountbatten-Windsor.
But in 2012, Her Majesty decided there needed to be a change.
Now the ruling states that, "all the children of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales should have and enjoy the style, title and attribute of royal highness with the titular dignity of Prince or Princess prefixed to their Christian names or with such other titles of honour."
Well, considering that Harry could be the Queen's favourite grandchild, she could very well change the titledom for Harry and his kids.