The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have been making headlines since their royal wedding in 2018. But now, the question of who is paying for the couple’s expenses has been brought to the forefront.

Previously, the vast majority of the couple’s expenses—which Forbes estimated to be about $800,000 annually—were paid for by Harry’s father, now King Charles III, through the Duchy of Cornwall, which last year netted Charles some $27 million.

However, the couple recently announced that they would be stepping back from their roles as senior members of the royal family and becoming financially independent. This means that they will no longer be relying on the Duchy of Cornwall for their expenses.

So, who is paying for Harry and Meghan now?

The answer is that the couple is now paying for their own expenses. They have reportedly signed lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify, and are also receiving support from the Royal Family.

The Royal Family is reportedly paying for the couple’s security, which is estimated to cost around $4 million per year. The couple is also receiving financial support from Prince Charles, who is said to be providing them with a “transitional allowance” to help them with their transition to financial independence.

In addition, the couple is also receiving support from other members of the Royal Family, including Prince William and Kate Middleton. The couple is said to be receiving a “substantial” amount of money from the Cambridges to help them with their transition.

It is clear that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are now paying for their own expenses, with some support from the Royal Family. This is a major step for the couple, as they continue to transition to financial independence.

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