All your burning Meghan and Harry questions, answered
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All your burning Meghan and Harry questions, answered

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2020 brought us Brexit. And now, the exit of the royal family's two biggest stars (aside from the Queen, obviously).

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, announced late Wednesday that they would be stepping back from their roles as senior members of the British royal family and begin working towards financial independence.

The news, which the couple broke in a post on Instagram, came as a surprise to both the royal family itself — they did not consult any other royals about their decision — and the wider public, who swiftly began speculating about what was next for the pair.

From whether Meghan might star in a future season of popular Netflix series "The Crown," to how Harry might get a job without a proper last name, CNN's Max Foster has answered all your most burning questions.

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