Royals rush for solutions as Harry-Meghan drift away

Royals rush for solutions as Harry-Meghan drift away
Royals rush for solutions as Harry-Meghan drift away

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Aden - Yasmine El Tohamy - Aides ordered to work with Harry's household and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government to come up with swift answers to the royal crisis.

The British monarchy scrambled to find urgent "workable solutions" for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan after their bombshell decision to quit front-line duties caught the royal family off guard.

Queen Elizabeth II, heir to the throne Prince Charles and his eldest son Prince William, Harry's brother, have ordered their aides to work with Harry's household and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government to come up with swift answers to the royal crisis.

"The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge have directed their teams to work together at pace with government and the Sussex household to find workable solutions," a Buckingham Palace source said, according to multiple British media outlets.

Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, rocked the monarchy on Wednesday with an announcement made without consulting any senior royals from the sovereign downwards.

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