GB News Royal Correspondent Cameron Walker details the controversy surrounding the launch of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new website, as the couple had been previously warned about using royal titles for profit.
Cameron told GB News: “So there’s a lot of controversy about this Crest. The Crest was one that was granted to Meghan by the Queen in 2018 following their wedding. So it’s split in half. The right hand side is Meghan’s half. So that contains a black and white photograph you’re seeing there, but if you see it in colour, it’s representing the Pacific Ocean.
“The blue of California, the songbird emblem of communication and flowers. Native California on the left hand side as Prince Harry side and that is the Royal Family Crest. As you can imagine, as well as red scallops representing the Spencer family, Prince Diana’s family.
“So they are clearly still wanting to use that royal Crest, which could prove a bit of a problem for them.”