One of Canada’s largest newspapers has published a scathing editorial article that says Prince Harry Y Meghan markle You are not welcome to move there.
The globe and the mail They told the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in clear terms that they cannot establish a base in their country.
“Canada is not an intermediate house for anyone who wants to leave Britain while still being a member of royalty,” the article says.
the Sussexes shocked the world last week when they announced that they would abandon their roles as royals and work to be “financially independent.” while they divide their time between the United Kingdom and North America.
It is believed that the couple intends to call Canada home as their North American base, something mentioned in a queen statement Following crisis talks in Sandringham earlier this week.
However, the editorial article suggests that the couple living in the country semi-permanently could go against their constitution.
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When detailing Canada’s history with the monarchy, it says that the country has borrowed many things from Britain but is not ruled by the Crown.
“A royalty that lives in this country does not agree with the lasting nature of the relationship between Canada and Great Britain, and Canada and the Crown,” acknowledges the piece.
“If they were ordinary private citizens, old Harry and Meghan of Sussex would be welcome. But the unique monarchy of this country, and its delicate but essential place in our constitutional system, means that a real resident: the Prince is sixth in line of succession: it is not something that Canada can allow.
“Break a tacit constitutional taboo.”
The piece also advises Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau not to allow the couple’s request.
“In response to the sudden announcement of a vague and evolving plan for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, to move to Canada while remaining part of the royal family, the response of the Trudeau government should be simple and succinct: No.
“You are welcome to visit us, but as long as you are a member of royalty, Canada cannot let you come to stay.
“It’s not about breaking the Crown. On the contrary, it’s about maintaining the unique and highly successful monarchy of Canada.”
Following a emergency meeting on Monday, called the ‘Sandringham Summit’, the Queen announced that the aides would work furiously for “the next few days” to establish what Harry and Meghan’s new life will look like as part-time royalty.
The monarch, however, admitted that there is still much to solve.
“These are complex issues that my family must solve, and there is still work to be done, but I have asked for final decisions to be made in the next few days.”
The tumultuous year prior to the announcement of the Harry and Meghan bomb