Although they have only been married for a year and a half – things are not exactly blessed for Duchess Megan Markle and Prince Harry. After a whirlwind romance, the couple struggled to find their footing in the spotlight. In particular, Markle failed to find his groove as a new member of the British Royal Family. She has her own ideas and thoughts about how she wants to approach royal life.
Unfortunately, the British public and the press did not facilitate the Duchess of Sussex in her new role. She has been constantly harassed and harassed by sexist and racist remarks. In the revealed documentary on ITV, Harry and Megan: An African Journey – Markle explained that he knew the press would be challenging; she just assumed it would be fair. Things have gotten so bad that Prince Harry is currently filing several harassment publications for his wife.
Now, after a royal tour in Africa and several royal events, the Duke and Duchess take some much-needed vacations with their infant son Archie Harrison to regroup and get some things done. It turns out that their marriage was a financial nightmare.
Megan Markle is Still an American Citizen
When Prince Harry and Megan Markle got married in November 201
Megan Markle is still required to pay taxes in the US
Because Markle is still a US citizen, she is required to pay taxes to the US Government for any income or allowances she receives. This is rather boring, because the US Department of Revenue may also claim Prince Harry's income taxes.
Prince Harry is already paying US inheritance taxes of the £ 10 million and £ 7 million he received respectively from his late mother, Princess Diana and the Queen Mother. However, it may also be required to give the United States a piece. Similarly, the annual allowances he receives from Queen Elizabeth II and his father, Prince Charles, are likely to be taxed. Now that the Duke and Duchess have baby Archie, any income the baby receives can also be taxed by the states. To navigate this disaster, Markle and Prince Harry have hired US tax experts.