The prospect of Meghan Markle retaining the title of “princess” depends on her status as a duchess. When she married Prince Harry in 2019, she took on the role of Duchess of Sussex.
However, it is essential to clarify that despite being a member of the royal family, she does not have the right to be called “Princess Meghan”.
According to Express.co.uk, this is not a matter of choice but rather a long-standing rule within the monarchy. The title of “princess” is reserved exclusively for people born into the royal family.
Since Meghan was not born into this prestigious line, she cannot officially carry the designation of “princess”.
If, hypothetically, Meghan were to be given a different title, such as ‘Duke of Sussex’, then she would be referred to as ‘Princess Henry’, as per royal protocol.
Essentially, her title of “princess” is intimately tied to her official status within the royal family and the specific titles conferred on her.