Harry and Meghan’s recent trip to Nigeria has caused controversy, as they were welcomed as if they were still working royals, angering members of the Firm. Despite this, the couple seems undeterred by the opinions of Harry’s family and has big plans for the future, including involving their children, Archie and Lilibet, in public life.

After leaving Britain and settling in the United States, Harry and Meghan embarked on various projects and deals, including partnerships with Netflix and Spotify. They also faced the loss of their home in Britain, Frogmore Cottage, which was evicted by King Charles and now houses Prince Andrew.

Despite losing their home, the couple retained their HRH titles, and their children were given the titles of Prince and Princess. This decision puzzled many, as Harry and Meghan had initially sought a quieter life away from royal duties. However, they later decided to give their children royal titles, allowing them to decide whether to keep or relinquish them in the future.

Royal experts have criticized this decision, suggesting that it places unnecessary burdens on Archie and Lilibet. Additionally, their trip to Nigeria, seen as an unofficial royal tour, has further strained their relationship with the royal family, as they continue to play the “royal card” while pursuing their own ventures.

Despite the backlash, Harry and Meghan seem determined to include their children in public life, potentially taking them on appearances during future trips abroad. This move has been interpreted as a strategic decision to attract publicity and assert their prominence in the royal sphere, leaving other members of the royal family, such as Kate and William, struggling to maintain their own presence.