THE Queen will not change her mind over Megxit or alter the terms despite Harry and Meghan moaning to Oprah.
Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, complained they had to cover their own security costs after quitting royal life – rather than having the bill paid for by taxpayers.
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The Sussexes also whinged the royals had refused to give Archie a princely title – even though a 104-year-old protocol dictates it.
The interview was given only days after the Queen stripped the couple of their patronages and military titles and rejected their “half in half out” proposal.
The Queen is set to speak with Harry about his accusations to Oprah but will not change Megxit.
A source said: “Her Majesty is not for turning.
“Although there is sympathy for what Harry and Meghan have said they went through there will be no changes to agreement.”
Meghan complained that Archie would not be given security or a royal title.
The protocol, called King George VI 1917 Letters Patent, means only great-grandchildren of the monarch are called prince or princess.
Archie, who turns two-years-old in May, is expected to get a title when Prince Charles takes the throne.
They also moaned they must pay for their own security but it is understood the Queen decided she could not charge taxpayers for their protection if they were doing no official royal work.
The couple stunned royals airing a series of grievances to millions of TV viewers.
It is understood some of the accusations surprised and stunned family members prompting the response “some recollections may vary”.
But the Queen will speak to Harry as she has headed up a family investigation into their claims and allegations made during the Oprah interview.
William and Prince Charles will also be part of the family team that will review the couple’s concerns.
The probe will seek to discover which member of the royal family raised concerns about the colour of Archie’s skin.
And they will also question why Meghan described how she contacted HR for help about her mental health issues rather than speak to the family.
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