The Queen 'sends hidden warning' to Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan before upcoming Megxit review

The review is just three months away

Queen Meghan and Harry
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The Queen has sent a hidden message to warn Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry ahead of their 12-month Megxit review, according to royal fans.

  • The Queen is creating a 'New Firm' made up of eight senior members of the Royal Family.
  • Royal fans believe this is a clear message to Harry and Meghan, who stepped down as senior royals in Spring.
  • In other royal news, Meghan is the most popular royal worldwide, according to a new study.

Is the Queen secretly warning Meghan and Harry?

The Sussexes split from the Royal Family will be reviewed in March 2021, a year after the pair formally stood down as senior royals. 

The Queen is thought to be creating a “new firm” made up of eight senior members of the Royal Family, who will attend events and represent the Crown in small numbers from next year.

The new 'slimmed-down' monarchy will include the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex and Princess Anne.

The eight royals, who all met for a socially distanced photocall on Tuesday night, will hold joint engagements and events next year.

Now, royal fans have suggested that Meghan and Harry might be in for some bad news following the unveiling of the new firm.

One fan wrote on Twitter: "Sounds like Harry and his Mrs will be ousted in March, now take away their titles."

Another user said: "The #Megxit review is happening before our eyes. HMQ’s thinking on The Firm, who’s in, & who’s out couldn’t be any clearer."

While a third added: "They made their big move by stepping back as Senior Royals to live a ‘quieter life’....that was a joke! 

"Thought they could 'give it a go’ and come back if it didn’t work. Hell No....HMTQ has had the final word on that plan. You wanted out... You got it!

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