The former Suits actress and philanthropist, who has been a patron of the Smart Works charity, is no longer referred to by the organization as either "HRH" (Her Royal Highness) or "Royal."
The website once credited Markle as "Our royal patron, HRH The Duchess of Sussex," however she is now credited simply as "The Duchess of Sussex" and referred to as simply "our patron."
Markle has long been a supporter of the U.K.-based charity, which seeks to help women of all social and economic backgrounds find employment through job interview training and free professional clothing and attire.
"Following many months of conversations and more recent discussions, I am pleased that together we have found a constructive and supportive way forward for my grandson and his family," the queen said in a statement released on Jan. 18. "Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved members of my family. I recognise the challenges they have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for a more independent life."
Harry and Meghan will still be known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. When the new rules go into effect, the 35-year-old royal will be called Harry, the Duke of Sussex and his wife will be Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.
"Like everyone, they're taking appropriate measures and heeding government advice," the source said. "If and when they are specifically made aware of being in contact with someone who has tested positive, they will act accordingly."
The royal family, as well as many in the entertainment industry, has taken new measures to isolate from larger crowds during the pandemic. The queen has canceled all her upcoming palace garden parties, as well as her visit to Cheshire and Camden that were scheduled for later this month.
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