The 93-year-old has reached an agreement between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. She said in a statement: “After many months of discussion and discussion, I am pleased that we have found together a constructive and supportive path for my grandson and his family. On January 13, Megxit hosted a meeting of the royal family, called the Sandringham Summit, which was described as “unprecedented.”    Queen Elizabeth II made a rare first-person statement about her family and was praised for her rapid handling of the crisis.    On 18 January, an agreement was promulgated that the couple “would no longer be a member of the British royal family” and would cease to use their “Royal Highness”.  The result has been described as a “hard megxit.”    Collins English Dictionary added “Megxit” to its online edition as the first word of 2020.  On 19 January, the Daily Telegraph described the final agreement between the couple and the royal family as “the hardest megxit”, a view shared by many other British sources of information;    and that “royal history has been made.”  The Guardian reported that the “result may not be the half-in, half-off role that the couple seems to expect.”  On January 20, 2020, royal biographer Penny Junor told the New York Times: “The family is trying to prevent a semi-in, semi-out agreement that doesn`t work.”  On 22 January, The Guardian published a cartoon by Polish illustrator Andrzej Krauze, entitled “Brexit and Megxit”, entitled “The rest of the EU is fascinated as Britain prepares for Brexit – and Harry and Meghan begin their transition to the exit of the royal family.”  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were able to break their agreement with the Queen by hating private work before she officially resigned from the royal family. However, it seems they have already started working privately – and if they are paid for these projects before the spring, the couple could break their agreement. One of the possibilities envisaged was to remove their “Royal Highness” titles, which they were not entitled to retain, but which they were not entitled to use when they established their Megxit agreement. “We don`t know the details of the agreement with the Queen, so it`s impossible to say whether Harry and Meghan did something they shouldn`t have done,” said Little, the editor of Majesty magazine. “The agreement with the Queen technically starts in the spring,” Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator, told Insider. “Harry and Meghan said they wanted to be financially independent. It is not known whether they were paid for their JPMorgan performance, but it is clear that this area is where their future lies.
From the final agreement of 18 January, it was not clear how the Sussex Royal mark would be affected or whether it could be used by the couple in the manner intended.  The Guardian reported that palace sources said: “The prospect of the Sussexs reducing commercial businesses when they sometimes represented the monarch was too great a risk to the reputation of the Windsor House and the monarchy.”  The Guardian found that an earlier attempt by Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, to obtain financial independence from the British royal family had failed.  The former royal couple allegedly violated their “Megxit” agreement.