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MEGHAN MARKLE has been warned to "take a step back" before lashing out at the Monarchy over the "humiliating" decision to strip the Duke and Duchess of their Sussex Royal brand.

PUBLISHED: 21:36, Tue, Feb 25, 2020 | UPDATED: 21:37, Tue, Feb 25, 2020

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were dealt another painful blow this week after it was reported the pair would not be allowed to use their Sussex Royal brand after stepping down from the Royal Family. Royal expert Russell Myers insisted this decision had left Meghan and Harry “humiliated” and the pair should take a step back before escalating the situation further. While speaking to LBC’s Nigel Farage, Mr Myers advised the pair to consider how the row with the Monarchy was being presented and what the public thought.

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Mr Farage asked the royal expert for his thoughts on the controversy surrounding Meghan and Harry being stripped of their Sussex brand. 

Mr Myers said: “I think this has been a very humiliating aspect for them.

“They were going to market themselves as royal and the Queen pulled in the top lawyers and said no.

“There is actual jurisdiction that Meghan and Harry can’t do that, at least in the UK.

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Meghan Markle Prince harryRussell Myers claimed the royal couple needed to take a moment to look out how they are being perceived by the public as this could impact how much money they could make in the future. (Image: Getty )

“What I found breathtaking was the fact that the royal couple double-downed on it almost.

“They were saying they had a case to market themselves however they wanted in the US but they were choosing not to.

“I think it is a very tawdry affair at the moment and it doesn’t show any signs of

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