Charles Rae reminded fans the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “no longer active members of the royal family and do not represent the royal family on anything”
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have “no royal comeback” to make despite their recent trip to New York, a royal expert has said.
They also visited children at a school in Harlem during their time in New York.
But though the couple were out in public again, a royal commentator has insisted they’re still “no longer active members” of the royal family.
Charles Rae told Entertainment Daily : “There is no royal comeback.
“They are no longer active members of the royal family and do not represent the royal family on anything.”
He said there were no crowds around them, only security guards.
Mr Rae continued: “They made it clear they wanted to have private lives but continually invade their own privacy.”
He said no one should think if they turn up that they are representing the royal family as this is not the case.
They made the decision to quit as working members of the royal family in March 2020.
The couple made a series of appearances around the Big Apple last week and met with political figures, including the New York mayor Bill de Blasio and the US ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
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They also appeared at the Global Citizen Live event in Central Park, where they called for vaccine equity when it comes to the Covid-19 vaccine.
It marked Harry and Meghan’s first public appearances since they quit as senior royals and moved from the UK to California as well as Meghan’s first appearance in public since giving birth to daughter Lilibet.