Prince Harry and Meghan face calls to pay back the £2.4million taxpayers’ grant to do up their home Frogmore Cottage.
Today marks the 34th day since the multi-millionaire couple quit.
But Buckingham Palace has repeatedly refused to comment on when they will pay back the cash.
On Wednesday, the Queen announced the pair would be booted out of their Buckingham Palace office on April Fools’ Day.
But a palace spokeswoman insisted the Grade II listed cottage remains a “private financial arrangement”.
Experts now claim the Sussexes will not pay back the £2.4m in one go.
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PR boss Andy Barr, of 10Yetis.co.uk, said: “The royals are notoriously secret about their financial dealings, and the circumstances surrounding whether the money used to refurbish Frogmore Cottage is paid back will be no different, especially given the growing public backlash against brand Sussex.
“They will no doubt have an arrangement that allows them to pay it off in debt-free instalments.
“It’s likely that if they had paid off the outstanding balance, the information would be accessible by the public
because they would be keen to show off their new wealth.”
Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan’s official Instagram account yesterday shared a screen grab of a spoofed text conversation between Bon Jovi and Harry.
The singer is set to meet the prince and record a single in aid of the Invictus Games Foundation on February 28.
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