Earlier this month, the Sovereign Grant Report for 2021–2022 was released.

The report revealed that British taxpayers spent £100 Million annually to support the Royal Family. With costs raising each and every year.

But not Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. As of March 31, 2020, they are no longer are ‘senior working royals’.

Thus are not supported by the British taxpayers.

But what does that mean?

Simply. In the years since Prince Harry and Meghan left the UK, they have thrived both personally and professionally.

That despite the thousands of articles written by ‘journalists’ in the UK, Prince Harry and Meghan don’t need the Royal Family to survive.

Prince Harry and Meghan can and will thrive based on their own merits.



The ‘mass exodus’ from Prince William and Kate Middleton’s team has created quite a buzz.

Working for a the British royal family seems like a ‘dream job’ from the outside. Especially if it’s for the future-future King and Queen-Consort.

But it seems like not all their employees had a hunky-dory life while working for Prince William and Kate Middleton.

According to an eagle eyed Twitter user, Prince William and Kate Middleton have lost Victoria O’Byrne, their Communications Secretary, after only nine months on the job.

Most people would only leave a role after such a short period of time if something had occurred….



Royal Reporter

Freelance writer and journalist with a passion for telling stories about the royal family and royal reporters.