The Law Explains Why Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Won't Have Legal Custody Of Their Own Children
August 23, 2018 17:18
The royal family always stick to the old traditions, which can sometimes seem bizarre in the modern world. It’s hard to put up with the numerous etiquette rules and regulations! On top of that, there is a weird agreement with the Queen regarding the custody of the children born in the Palace.
According to royal expert Marlene Koenig, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge do not have legal custody over Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. In fact, they belong to their great-grandmother. The law was established during the reign of George I in 1717, who wished to legalize his influence on the minor children in the family due to a bad relationship with his own son.