On March 31st Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will eventually end up their positions as British Royal Family working leaders.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be portrayed by their UK foundation team going forward after their decision to step down as senior royals last month.
According to a spokeswoman for the pair, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are returning to the UK for their final round of engagements to be held in late February and March.
As senior members of the royal family, Harry and Meghan have at least six more engagements to go before they formally step back.
The pair are expected to finish their final duties on March 9, before formally exit the firm on March 31.
Harry will hold the ranks of Captain, Lieutenant Commander, and Squadron Leader-but he will not use his honorary military positions during a 12-month trial.
In late February Prince Harry will be attending a recording session with Jon Bon Jovi and the Invictus Games Choir.
The pair will attend the Endeavor Fund Awards on March 5 in London and Harry will join Lewis Hamilton on March 6 for the launch of Silverstone Experience, which narrates of British motor racing.
Harry and Meghan will attend the Mountbatten Music Festival at Royal Albert Hall on March 7.
Meghan will be seen busy on March 8, to mark International Women’s day.
And it seems their last activity will be at the Commonwealth Day Service in Westminster Abbey on March 9, along with the Queen and other royal family members.
Their new lives will officially begin on March 31 and their service at Buckingham Palace ends on April 1.
A Sussexes spokesperson said the couple would share more about their new non-profit organization later this year. They will continue working with their current patronages as they establish a year-round partnership strategy for the UK and the Commonwealth.
They have agreed with their royal split to a one-year transition period to “ensure the arrangement works for all parties.
Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, will not use their His Royal Highness and Her Royal Highness titles in that transition period, but will still maintain them — leaving the possibility that the pair may change their minds and return sometime in the future.
After lengthy and nuanced negotiations, the Queen and senior officials are thought to have decided that retaining the term ‘ royal ‘ in their ‘ branding ‘ is no longer tenable for the pair.
While they ave tried to register Sussex Royal as a global brand for a variety of items and activities including clothes, stationery, books, and teaching materials. They are now made clear that they’re going to need to ‘ rebrand. ‘
The matter has gone sensitive till now, giving up their HRH titles for work purposes, they will have to drop the Sussex Royal name as well.