Female Offsprings of British Royalty Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may not inherit their royal titles.
People reported that if the daughter of the couple will not inherit the titles of their parents as Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
It was gathered that the titles given to the couple on their wedding day, May 19, by Queen Elizabeth can only be extended to the future male offsprings.
It was also learnt that if they do not have any boys, no one would inherit the title when they pass on.
Concise News reports that Meghan Markle’s feminism stand may be at stake as the royalty may have downplayed the importance of the female gender.
The 36-year-old Duchess, has been a very vocal feminist, an advocacy she began at the young age of 11.
During the UN International Women’s Day in 2015, Markle said, “I am proud to be a woman and a feminist.”
Meanwhile, in 2013 when the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was pregnant with Prince George, 4, changes were made regarding the Succession to the Crown Act.
The act made provisions for birth order to be the main determinant of whoever occupies the throne as King or Queen of the United Kingdom, the People stated.
This provisions made it possible for a female to ascend the throne, depending on her birth order. Which means Princess Charlotte, 7, takes her position as fourth in line to the throne.