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Prince Charles will reportedly fund the Duke and Duchess of Sussexes new life out of his own investment income - but his friends have warned the royal couple that the cash is not 'inexhaustible'.
Saturday night's historic agreement ruled the couple will drop their HRH titles, pay back £2.4million of taxpayer cash, and no longer receive public funds.
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In exchange, they have been allowed to quit frontline duties and given licence to expand their Sussex Royal brand which is believed to be worth a fortune.
Rather than using the revenue from the Duchy of Cornwall estate, the Prince of Wales will use his own private funds to help the couple with their new life in Canada, as reported by the Daily Telegraph.
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But, a source close to Prince Charles has indicated this is not an 'inexhaustible' sum and he will seek to review the couple's financial arrangements in a year.
The Queen is also said to be anxious the couple could use their royal credentials to line their pockets and will be watching them closely.
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Insiders told MailOnline that the blueprint thrashed out at Sandringham on Saturday is subject to an annual review in the Spring of 2021, although a date has not yet been confirmed.
Already, Meghan's fashion designer friend Misha Nonoo hinted she was poised to 'collaborate' with the couple.
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As she jetted to Canada, where the Duchess is looking after Archie, Nonoo posted on Instagram: Hi guys, we are working on a very special collaboration'.
While last night's statement fleshed out the basic blueprint of the Sussex's future, some areas remained vague:
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The couple have been allowed to retain their HRH titles but agreed not to use them, Buckingham Palace confirmed to a furious backlash.
They will be known as Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex in their new independent lives away from...
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