Their heads may be a bit lighter today. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, will no longer carry the honorific, "royal highness" and won't be performing royal duties. But it'll cost them: They plan to repay $4.5 million in public funds for renovating their home on the grounds of Windsor Castle. Buckingham Palace announced the change Saturday, cementing arrangements the couple sought after becoming frustrated with adversarial press coverage.
So are they out? Not entirely. While they'll lose their income for royal duties, they'll still be paid out of the estate of Harry's father, Prince Charles.