Prince Harry and his wife, Megan Markle, may change their names after renouncing the title. This was reported by the British edition of The Mirror.
The spouses will officially cease to serve as senior members of the royal family on March 31. When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex renounce titles – his and her Royal Highness – they will have to choose a new surname. Which is not yet known.
As noted, presumably, they can leave the surname of Sussex, consonant with their title, but it is likely that the spouses will still have different surnames. So, Prince Harry may become Welsh again – his last name was in school, and Megan may keep his maiden name.
It’s also possible that a couple could take their son’s last name, Mountbatten-Windsor. That’s the name of the royal family who don’t have a title yet. It consists of the surnames of Elizabeth II and the grandfather of her husband, Prince Philip.
Prince Harry and Megan Markle renounced the title of British Royalty on 8 January. Prince Harry and Megan Markle did not discuss this decision with Elizabeth II, which she was extremely disappointed with. On 10 March, Prince Harry and his wife took part in a public event for the last time.