The Duke & Duchess of Sussex will officially step down as senior royals on March 31.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will have at least six engagements between now and their royal duty end date in March.
Harry will be attending the Invictus Games event on February 28 – along with international pop star Jon Bon Jovi.
Meanwhile, Meghan will be marking International Women’s Day a week after.
Their last official royal engagement will be alongside the entire royal family at the Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey on March 9.
After April 1, the ‘Sussex Royal’ couple will no longer have an office at Buckingham Palace.
Harry will be retaining the ranks of Major, Lieutenant Commander and Squadron Leader.
The couple are set to announce their new non-profit organisation later this year, a spokeswoman for the couple has revealed. It was also stated by their spokeswoman that the couple will be continuing to work with their existing patronages.
This news comes after the couple announced their plan to step down as senior royals last month. It has thought that their newly formed ‘Sussex Royal’ may be worth a large amount. However, recent speculation suggests that the Queen isn’t willing to let them use the brand – with the term ‘royal’ being used on future merchandise currently being reviewed.