More than two years have passed since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to take a step back from their roles in the British Royal Family. The couple made the decision to resign from their official royal duties in an effort to avoid the intense media scrutiny and pressure that they said they had faced.
The decision to step away from the Royal Family was made public in January 2020, with the couple citing a need for a “more independent life” as their reason for leaving. The couple made the decision to step away from their official roles and move to Canada, where they had been living since November 2019.
The couple’s decision to leave the Royal Family was met with mixed reactions. While some supported their decision, others were critical of their decision to leave the family. In March 2020, the couple officially announced that they would be renouncing their royal titles and that they would no longer be using the titles of His/Her Royal Highness.
Since then, the couple has continued to live in Canada and has become increasingly involved in philanthropic work. They have also launched their own charitable foundation, Archewell, which focuses on “creating compassionate communities”.
The couple officially moved to the United States in July 2020 and have since been living in California. In September 2020, the couple announced that they would be permanently stepping away from the Royal Family and that they would no longer be involved in any official royal duties.
Since then, the couple has continued to focus on their philanthropic work and has been vocal about their support for various causes. They have also launched their own podcast, Archewell Audio, which focuses on “creating connection and community”.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to step away from the Royal Family was a difficult one, but it was one that they felt was necessary in order to lead a more independent life. They have since continued to focus on their philanthropic work and have been vocal about their support for various causes.