Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is sovereign and was crowned Monarch in 1953.

As a young Princess, Elizabeth was prepared to take on and defeat Adolf Hitler and his Nazis.

Through her efforts, and the efforts of Dr Martin Luther King, Bono, Sting and George and Amal Clooney, she has helped to create a world in which the imminent dangers of climate change and LGBTQIA discrimination are recognised, and where it is totally unacceptable to disrespect others.

Her Majesty continues to serve as an awesome symbol of unity and national pride, a brand name that resonates around the world. Through the skillful development and marketing of her unique persona over so many decades, she has successfully connected with people the world over. Truly, she has reached out and taken the universe in her arms, enveloping all of us with her warmth and compassion.

An Ongoing Spirit of Cooperation

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to believe deeply in the role of The Monarchy to serve as a platform for change. Their new and enhanced roles as progressive goodwill ambassadors for the worldwide interests of the Royal Family reflect their ongoing spirit of co-operation with other members who perhaps, through no fault of their own, lack their charisma, outreach and brand recognition.

We are pleased to be able to share with you an update of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s dynamic new roles as they transition to international philanthropreneurs and role-models for change.

As agreed and set out in triplicate at a meeting of the Royal Family in January 2020, their Royal Highnesses will will retain their “HRH” prefix, thereby formally remaining known as His Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex.

Above All That

However, Their Royal Highnesses will no longer actively employ their HRH titles as, unlike other titled members of the Royal Family, they are above all that.

Instead, they wish to be known simply as empathetic figures who have no need for the artificial blandishment sadly necessary to those family members less secure in the affections of the people.

As of now, they are happy to be addressed by the names by which they continue to be loved and admired the world over “Harry” and “Meghan”, though, for copyright reasons, they will be styled Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in all advertising and promotional material for personal appearances, fund-raising activities, business opportunities, sales conferences and corporate events.

A gift shop before the royal wedding. Going forward, the Sussexes intend to connect with their fan base, dream big, empower the disadvantaged, and combat the coronavirus.

As shared in earlier posts, The Duke and Duchess are deeply focussed on their plans to establish a non-profit multinational organisation similar to but not in competition with the more locally-focussed Royal Family which, they understand, will continue to operate out of its traditional base in the United Kingdom, a group of islands off the west coast of Europe.

While there is not any jurisdiction by The Monarchy or Cabinet Office over the use of the word “Royal” overseas, and The Monarchy or the Cabinet Office have no right to claim that there is, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use ‘Sussex Royal’ or any iteration of the word ‘Royal’ in any territory (either within the UK or otherwise).

The Duke and Duchess are focussed on establishing a non-profit multinational organisation similar to but not in competition with the more locally-focussed Royal Family.

Instead, by jettisoning such institutional elitism, they intend to adopt a less rigidly class-based system and supplant pomp with compassion, snobbery with understanding, and outdated gender-based hierarchies with tolerance and inclusivity. By agreeing to abandon the use of the word “Royal”, they hope to effect change, combat sexism and promote shared values.

Nevertheless, in support of and out of affection for Her Majesty they assert their right to use the term “Right Royal” in the marketing and distribution of clothing, footwear, headgear, t-shirts, coats, jackets, anoraks, trousers, hairpieces, headbands, artificial eyelashes, sweat-shirts, hooded tops, bandanas, headbands, cravats, gloves, tiaras, calendars, cummerbunds, shapewear, postcards and environmental awareness neckwear.

In Constant Touch with Reality

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have asserted their determination to keep their feet firmly on the ground and never to lose touch with reality. This will ensure they continue to reach out to the widest possible range of socio-economic communities, regardless of wealth or status. They are truly grateful to be supported in this objective by their good friends Oprah Winfrey, Gwyneth Paltrow, Elton John and David Furnish, Bono, David and Victoria Beckham, Ellen DeGeneres, Bill and Melinda Gates, Misha Nonoo, George and Amal Clooney, Gemma Collins, James Corden, the Pussycat Dolls, Tony and Cherie Blair, the cast and crew of Les Miserables, Serena Williams, James Blunt, Idris Elba, Stella McCartney, Ellie Goulding and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

Though they deeply respect Her Majesty’s adherence to stuffy hidebound class-based ceremonial, as nobly personified in the current generation by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, for whom their affection remains undiminished, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex intend to create a worldwide hub of positivity and affirmation, with an emphasis on the joy of branding, the inherent value in quinoa and mental health, the need to celebrate diversity, the dignity in rap and old age, and the long-term development of fully recyclable evening-wear, including designer dinner jackets and ballgowns @RightRoyalSussex.

An emphasis on the joy of branding, the inherent value in quinoa and mental health, the need to celebrate diversity, and the long-term development of fully recyclable evening-wear.

At this time of unprecedented challenges and polarisation, our communities have the capability to deliver solutions that will build a better future for all by recognising the unique perspective through which communities face unprecedented challenges and polarisation.

Throughout 2020 and in the years beyond, among them 2021, 2022 and 2023, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to provide a full range of copyrighted images of themselves available only on authorised sites in order to combat climate change and answer the pressing need for global and community action to support their new progressive lifestyle.

In advancing these solutions to the world’s problems, they will continue to connect regularly with their fan base, to dream big, to empower the disadvantaged, and to combat Coronavirus. To this end, T-shirts and hood-based fashion items with the slogan “Meghan and Harry Say B Kind 2 Yourself” (copyright SussexRightRoyal) will be available from April 2020.