Celebrity Meghan Markle Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Son Archie Will Become Prince When Charles Is King He could also be subject to one of the most restrictive royal rules. By Alyssa Hardy Alyssa Hardy Instagram Twitter Alyssa Hardy is a fashion and culture writer living in New York City. She was formerly the Fashion News Editor at Teen Vogue and the Senior News Editor at InStyle. She recently launched a newsletter titled "This Stuff," which publishes twice weekly. In each edition, readers find timely commentary on news stories and current events in fashion, along with personal essays and musings on trends and celebrity style, featuring personal anecdotes from Alyssa's life as a fashion insider.Alyssa is a staunch advocate for garment workers' rights, and has a deep passion for educating others about fashion's environmental impact — tones that can be felt throughout 'This Stuff.' Her work has been featured in InStyle, Vogue, NYLON, Refinery29, TeenVogue, Ladygunn, Fashionista, and Allure. She is currently working on her debut book, a non-fiction exploration of ethics in fashion titled 'Worn Out.' InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on August 24, 2020 @ 10:30AM Pin Share Tweet Email Even though he's going to be raised in Santa Barbara, California it looks like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's son Archie will still be very high up in the British royal family. According to an expert who spoke with Express U.K., after Archie's grandfather Prince Charles becomes King, Archie will receive the title of prince. Even though the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to leave royal life and not give Archie his title when he was born, he will be able to choose whether or not he uses his HRH title when he turns 18. The expert also claimed that Archie will be subject to a very restrictive royal rule should he ever choose to get married. “Prior to the Succession [to] the Crown Act 2013 all descendants of George II, under the terms of the Royal Marriages Act 1772, unless the issue of a princess who had married into a foreign royal family, had to obtain the sovereign’s permission to marry in order to retain their rights in succession. The 2013 Act sought to bring multiple pieces of outdated and discriminatory legislation relating to the monarchy up to date,” the expert said. “Through this Act male primogeniture was abolished, allowing the firstborn child irrespective of gender to become heir apparent. The disqualification from inheriting the throne by marrying a Catholic was removed; and the Royal Marriages Act of 1772 was repealed, resulting in only the first six in line to the throne being required to obtain the sovereign’s permission.” Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Made a Rare Appearance to Volunteer at an L.A. School The Royal family has not confirmed any of this info, but the Queen has made it clear since the beginning of the Sussexes' royal exit that they are always welcome. For now, they are spending time building a quiet life full of volunteer work and activism in California.