Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should have a prenuptial agreement, divorce lawyers said yesterday.
The consensus was that the agreement would be in both of their interests, given that Meghan was giving up a career and that Prince Harry had access to large sums of money in trusts that would be at risk on divorce.
Senior associate Hannah Field appears in The Times The Brief saying that the couple’s personal status is unique and it would be "sensible for them to consider one at least."
Harry and Meghan should have a prenup, say lawyers is available to read on The Times The Brief website.
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