The Queen has announced a ‘period of transition’ in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will divide their time between Canada and the UK. Her Majesty hosted talks at Sandringham today said she was ‘entirely supportive’ of Harry and Meghan’s desire for a new role but she admitted she ‘would have preferred them’ to stay on as full-time working royals. The talks took place as Harry and his brother William issued a joint statement denying claims that their relationship had been damaged by bullying — on Williams’ part. The BBC’s Royal Correspondent Nick Witchell reports from Sandringham and Reeta Chakrabarti looks at what the developments tell us about the changing role of the monarchy in today’s society
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In This Story: Meghan and Harry
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are officially the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In January 2020, they announced their intention to step back from their role as senior members of the British Royal Family.