The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have stepped down as senior working royals in 2020. However, Prince Harry still has the role of Queen’s counsellor of State.
The Counsellors of State are the monarch’s spouse and the following four people in the line of succession who are over the age of 21. With Prince Charles and his two sons Prince William and Prince Harry at the helm, the role has now held by Prince Andrew.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are now on an eight-day royal trip to the Caribbean to commemorate the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations. Their tour kicked off last Saturday in Belize and is currently in Jamaica for its second leg.
Moreover, a two-day visit to Northern Ireland by Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall is under underway.
According to former journalist, the Queen Elizabeth‘s responsibilities will take over by Prince Andrew. She was unable to perform them due to sickness or absence. He described it as an unimaginable step for many because both Andrew and Harry are now serving overseas.
Citizenship and residency in the UK are two of the most important prerequisites for serving as a Counsellor of State. It’s possible that after a few years, Harry may lose his domiciled status. Furthermore, he will become ineligible to serve as a Counsellor of State.