The outlet is reporting that the titles that they now have can be passed on to any boy children they have - meaning that their sons will be princes or dukes - but their girl children will not be princesses or duchesses.
Both Meghan and Prince Harry have stated that they are both feminists, with the Duchess of Sussex stating on the royal family website that she is "proud to be a woman and a feminist".
In fact, Kensington Palace had said in a statement, "It should be noted that gifts can not be brought to St George's Chapel or the Reception that follows at Windsor Castle". Instead, she'll be joined by the 92-year-old Queen.
According to Metro, York Cottage used to be known as the Bachelor's Cottage-something that will certainly change if one of the most famous married couples in the world decide to move in. For now, Harry and Meghan live in Nottingham Cottage on the grounds of Kensington Palace in London.
Queen Elizabeth II made her last public appearance at the Epsom Derby over the weekend.
Meghan Markle has been asked by Her Majesty to accompany her on three engagements next week.
Meghan and the Queen will also have lunch at Chester Town Hall during the Cheshire away-day on June 14.
This official wedding photograph released by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shows the Duke and Duchess pictured together on the East Terrace of Windsor Castle.