Here's why Prince Harry and Meghan's daughters won't inherit a title

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Co-star Sarah Rafferty was equally effusive, saying: Seeing her walk in on her own, in that moment before she met up with Prince Charles to walk the rest of the way, that was incredible. Not only is Meghan going on her first royal engagement with Queen Elizabeth significantly sooner than Duchess Kate did (we hate to compare but it is worth noting), but she's also being invited to experience something no other fresh, doe-eyed royal has ever done. If the couple has any daughter together, they won't be able to call themselves Duchesses of Sussex, nor will they carry on their mother's Scottish title of Countess of Dumbarton or Meghan's Norther Irish moniker, Baroness Kilkeel.

Since then, the balcony has become known as a gathering place for the highest members of the royal family for the Trooping of the Colour.

But don't assume the Queen is playing favourites!

Britain's Prince Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle seem to be causing a stir around Ashford Castle, Co.

"The Queen knows the potential pitfalls of not giving [new members] a guiding hand", Seward told People magazine.

The question remains: Since Prince Harry is now sixth in line to the throne, will Meghan be allowed to return to Instagram at some point?

Meghan has so far kept to the closed-toe shoe rule for her previous public engagements.

Harry and Meghan exchanged vows in front of 600 guests including the Queen, more than 30 royals and famous faces like United States chat show queen Oprah Winfrey, tennis champion Serena Williams, actor George Clooney and his barrister wife Amal Clooney, Sir Elton John, David and Victoria Beckham and actor Idris Elba.

However, in their first interview as an engaged couple, Markle admitted she was not completely prepared for how her life would change thanks to her association with the Royal Family. "I think the next time we'll see him will be at his Christening". She even got it engraved 'To M.M. From M.M.'.

However, the new Duchess of Sussex won't be alone - in fact, she'll be joined by perhaps the most expert royal there is - Queen Elizabeth II.