Eleven months on from "Megxit", the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have confirmed they will not be returning to royal duties.
Their honorary military appointments and Royal patronages will be returned to Queen Elizabeth.
In a statement, Buckingham Palace said they are "saddened" by Harry and Megan's decision.
Statement from Buckingham Palace on Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex: pic.twitter.com/uUU6J9SW02
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It appears bridges aren't completely burned between the two sides.
The palace confirmed the pair "remain much loved members of the family".
In a statement the couple said "We can all live a life of service. Service is universal".
Royal Pair Enjoy Life In California
Meanwhile, life for Harry and Megan appears to be busy stateside.
The pair have launched the "Archwell Audio" podcast named after their son Archie.
They've also recently announced their pregnant with baby number two.
Megan and Harry are pregnant again 🥺 pic.twitter.com/KVwIJIxkSU
— THEE HOT GIRL NERD 🔥 (@kaylatheg0ddess) February 14, 2021
On top of that, the Duke and Duchess have confirmed their first interview since walking away from the Royals.
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex are to be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey next month, CBS has announced. Winfrey will speak with Meghan, and then the two will be joined by Prince Harry. CBS said in a statement that it will be a wide-ranging interview.
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We can expect to see the two being questioned by the "Queen" of US TV Oprah Winfrey in the coming weeks.