Meghan Markle's shock: her daughters will not inherit Royal title

Duchess Meghan Tatcha Skincare

Duchess Meghan Tatcha Skincare

Royal watchers are, unquestionably, watching the newly minted Duke and Duchess of Sussex - Prince Harry and Meghan Markle - intently, and for a variety of reasons.

This means any daughters they might have will not inherit the Dukedom, and the title will die out completely if Harry and Meghan only have girls.

Daughters born to Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex will not inherit their title, it has emerged. When you're the Queen, of course, the rules don't apply to you, so Harry's grandma gave the couple a very tangible, very extravagant gift: A house.

The queen inherited the land from her father, King George VI, in 1952, but it has been in the royal family much longer, dating back four British monarchs to 1862, according to the estate's website.

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Fingers crossed the laws are changed.

When the 10th Baron Baybrooke died previous year with no male heir, none of his eight daughters could inherit the title, or the 6,000-acre Audley Estate in Essex. At the time, too, Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes spoke out about the unfair treatment of women in cases like this.

The pair will attend the official opening of the Storehouse Theatre, a lunch at Chester Town Hall and also open a new bridge. The Duchess of Cambridge, on the other hand, waited nearly a year before she carried out her first engagement with Her Majesty, without Prince William, on an outing to London's Fortnum & Mason store.

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