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Meghan Markle is about to be a part of the royal family, you guys! And the countdown is realer than ever. With all the excitement leading up to the highly anticipated event, many of us have one major question stuck on our brains: will Meghan Markle be in line for the throne?
Simply put: no. Royal weddings don’t immediately affect succession rights. So even though Markle’s fiancé Prince Harry is sixth in line to the throne, Markle won’t be in line for succession, according to Bustle. In the — again, extremely unlikely — event that Prince Harry ascended to the British throne, Markle probably wouldn’t even take the title of queen, much like Queen Elizabeth’s husband, who’s still known as Prince Phillip.
But like I said, it’s super unlikely that would even happen. The Sun notes that as of now Prince Charles is next in line for the throne, after the Queen retires, dies, or resigns. After Charles comes Harry’s elder brother, Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. And after William are his and Kate Middleton’s children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and the newest addition to their family, Prince Louis. And then comes Harry himself. But, if Markle and Prince Harry have children, their kids will come after William’s children in the line of succession for the throne, so it works out.
Speaking of kids, though, there might be even more royal babies on the way quicker than you can say "OMG, yes!!" On March 20, royal expert Katie Nicholl, who’s the author of Harry: Life, Loss, and Love, told Entertainment Tonight that Prince Harry wants to start having kids with Markle immediately after their wedding. "My sources are saying that Prince Harry, particularly, is very keen to start a family, pretty soon after the royal wedding," Nicholl said, adding, "He’s made no secret about wanting children."
OK, I’m good now.
So, even if the royal couple never takes the throne, I’m sure they’ll be just fine. Besides, although Markle won’t acquire succession rights, the Queen will likely name her and Harry a duke and duchess after they tie the knot, according to Vogue. So it’s essentially a win-win situation for them both.
Either way, here’s to Markle and Harry! They’re gearing up to embark on a life-changing journey and, at the end of the day, that’s most important. Wishing them tons of peace, love and happiness!
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