The Queen has sent a clear signal to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle after their dramatic exit from the Royal Family, an expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex reportedly requested to have a poppy wreath laid on his behalf by the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
But, given the couple have stepped back from their senior royal roles, the request was supposedly denied by the Palace.
Harry, according to the Times, was "deeply saddened" by the rebuttal.
Royal commentator Morgan Stewart welcomed Her Majesty's decision, though, saying that "finally the line is drawn" on what kind of role the couple will be having in the future.
Speaking on the show Daily Pop, the host said Harry and Meghan have made small requests to the Royal Family since they moved to Los Angeles.
She continued: "It's been sort of like, 'okay, we can accommodate, we're figuring our way'. This was the first blatant…this is the line.
"You're not senior members of the Royal Family anymore, enough. We're not catering for you, you live in Santa Barbara, you've got rich, famous neighbours, you want to focus on other things.
"We're not doing things on behalf of you, you either show up like you're supposed to do, or you're not a part of it. It was kind of nice to see, finally, the line is drawn."
Morgan also hinted that the Royal Family won't extend things for the Sussexes.
After the denial of the wreath request, the Duke and Duchess were seen laying flowers at Los Angeles National Cemetery to pay tribute to two Commonwealth soldiers.
The pictures sparked controversy with some, including Piers Morgan, claiming the couple used it as a photo opportunity.
Harry first laid a wreath at the Cenotaph in 2009 when he was 25.
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