Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are in their final week as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with Megxit in the diary for March 31.
The couple are already in Canada with their son Archie ready to officially begin their new non-royal lives.
Many things will change from April 1, including their names.
At the moment, they use their official HRH titles – which technically means they don’t have surnames.
But as the Queen has said they must drop their titles as part of stepping back from their senior duties, they will have to use something else.
In the past, royals have often used their dukedoms as their surnames, with Princes William and Harry using Wales for school and their time in the military and George, Charlotte and Louis taking Cambridge.