Sorry, Americans, you still can’t call her ‘Princess Meghan’

(CNN) A few be clear: just because Prince Harry’s new fiance Meghan Markle is not a princess doesn’t mean Americans refuses to call her “Princess Meghan” till the end of time.

According to CNN’s Maximum Foster, once Markle is wedded, she takes Harry’s title plus name — as in, his literal name. Her title will be Little princess Henry of Wales, plus some other title the Queen might decide to bestow (Henry is Harry’s actual name).
Luckily, in all likelihood Markle won’t need to spend the rest of her life because “Princess Henry. ” Royal historian Marlene Koenig told Royal Central the prince is probably in-line for a dukedom, and if Harry is known as a duke once he’s wedded, like his brother William has been, Markle would be a duchess like the girl sister-in-law Catherine.

“Most likely, he will be developed Duke. Sussex is available so [Meghan] would be HRH the particular Duchess of Sussex. Her position would be a princess by marriage from the United Kingdom, Great Britain, and Northern Ireland in europe, ” Koenig said.

According to CTV’s royal commentator Richard Berthelson , the whole “official princess or unofficial princess” factor is about lineage. He told
CTV that will Markle will be an unofficial little princess because her husband is a knight in shining armor, but because she wasn’t delivered into a royal family, she defintely won’t be a capital-P “Princess” and will not likely have her name stylized as a result.
Observe, the British think they are in some way setting their American neighbors directly, when honestly, “unofficial princess” much more than satisfactory for us.