PUBLISHED: 16:05, Mon, Jan 4, 2021 | UPDATED: 16:08, Mon, Jan 4, 2021
Prince Harry thrashed out the terms of his and Meghan Markle's post-royal life in January last year, during a meeting at Sandringham with the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William. As revealed by a source last February, the royals are to reconvene this coming March to verify whether the terms of the agreement still work for both the Sussexes and the Crown.
However, a source has recently claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex want an extension to this 12-month review, in a bid to have a more permanent agreement which would allow the couple to continue as non-working royals based in California.
And royal biographer Angela Levin believes there could be many reasons for Prince Harry to be drawn to the option of an extension.
She wrote in the Daily Telegraph: "The Megxit deal thrashed out with the Palace last March stipulates a review at the end of the first year.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
"It has been reported that Prince Harry now wants a 12-month extension to it.
Prince Harry has lost his three honorary military titles following Megxit (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with the Queen during the 2019 Trooping the Colour (Image: GETTY)
"There are several possible reasons. He may miss his family and all the privileges that entails.
"He may be keen to reconnect with the charities he once supported, and regain his honorary military titles.
"Or perhaps he just realises that royalty is forever, but celebrity is not."
According to the terms agreed last January during the meeting in Sandringham, Prince Harry and Meghan gained the right to live abroad, become financially independent and retain their patronages, with which they have remained in touch throughout 2020.
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Prince Harry stepped down as senior royal in March last year (Image: GETTY)
In turn, Meghan and Harry can no longer use the word royal, which means they had