Harry and Meghan have left their life as senior members of the royal family, after a series of final round engagements. According to People magazine, royal sources believe "it's bittersweet and really sad for them," although it was their decision to step back and become financially independent.

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Harry and Meghan's new chapter will begin on April 1st, since the couple's arrangement will officially end on March 31. But not only Harry and Meghan have been facing difficult times lately, royal sources also noted that "it’s not been an easy few months for anybody."

Harry and Meghan: Tension within the royal family is still high

Harry and Meghan reunited with Prince William and Duchess Catherine for the Commonwealth Day Service on March 9. The Fab Four reunion was certainly strained: as William and Kate made their way to their seats, they barely greeted Meghan and Harry, who were seated behind them. Later on Harry and Meghan left without interacting and got ready to fly back to Canada.

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Harry and Meghan's final engagements as senior royals gave them the opportunity of tying things up with numerous of their patronages; they wanted to make sure that nobody felt they were "abandoning" them. What will their lives look like starting April? Only time will tell...

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan at the annual Commonwealth Service Day, London, 2020