Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have come out in the open about being extremely unhappy in their royal roles. Their recent documentary, which was a revelatory interview of sorts, saw the Duke and Duchess of Sussex speak emotionally about their struggles.

Their intention to shift base to the United States in an attempt to escape the ruthless scrutiny of British paparazzi was made clear. While the decision seems like an arduous ordeal, the move will make serious impact on the royal household if the royal couple decides to go ahead. Here’s a breakdown of what the U.S. move will cost Prince Harry and Meghan.

They Will Lose Their Royal Tag In Their Charitable Initiatives

Going by what’s mentioned on the official royal website, the royals carry on an approximately 2,000 engagements on a yearly basis. While Prince William and Kate Middleton are largely responsible for this, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex too have a considerable amount of duties to tend to.

For instance, they have individual patronages and organizations to shoulder. Currently, Kate is in charge of early childhood development, while William’s area is mental health initiatives. For Harry, the domain is environmental causes, whereas Meghan is responsible for gender equality.

Harry and Meghan’s U.S. move would mean their loss of the title as patrons of these organizations. “This is uncharted territory, but if they were to withdraw from public life, then the organizations with which they are associated in various capacities would be reallocated to other members of the royal family,” said Little, managing editor of Majesty magazine.

The charitable initiatives will not start any time before next year. But addressing whether the couple would relinquish the royal titles, an insider had a point to infer. “Who knows, but it’s always possible,” said Little.

They Will No Longer Receive Funds

Archie Harrison’s arrival led to Prince Harry and Meghan using $3 million of the taxpayer’s money to renovate their home. On giving up their royal status, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would no longer be able to avail such benefits. These funds are received by senior royal members from the Queen’s Sovereign Grant, who carry out royal duties on her behalf.

Their Next Baby Would No Longer Be Royal

If the royal couple were to denounce their tag, their next baby wouldn’t be considered “royal.” The newborn wouldn’t be allowed to attend important historical engagements. In fact, Prince Harry and his wife’s children would be banned from attending something as simple as their great grandmother’s birthday parade — Trooping the Colour.

Indeed, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s rumored move to the U.S. is a move that will make history. For the better or worse is what needs to be seen.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, walk through the walled public Andalusian Gardens. Facundo Arrizabalaga - Pool/Getty Images