Here's why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children would not be princes and princesses
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In British nobility, you are automatically a prince or princess at birth if you are born to a sitting monarch, are born to the eldest son of a sitting monarch, or are otherwise declared to be so by a sitting monarch.
Since Prince Harry is not the eldest son of the Prince of Wales, any of his children will officially be Lord or Lady Mountbatten-Windsor at birth — according to current rules.
Sitting monarchs can issue Letters Patents, which can change the titles and...