Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received Queen Elizabeth II’s blessing to wed last year.

On the online forum site Quora, royal fans are wondering if Her Majesty would once again give Prince Harry her blessing if he decides to wed shortly after Markle’s death. Royal fans are curious as to how long the Duke of Sussex would have to wait if his wife dies of an illness such as an aggressive form of cancer.

Eileen Wood, a Republican since 1977, said that legally, Prince Harry could wed another woman the same day that Markle dies. However, it is unlikely for this scenario to take place.

“I doubt Harry, who is clearly head over heels in love with his wife, would even think about remarrying anytime soon. Once he felt ready, there’s absolutely no reason for the Queen not to give him permission,” she said.

Wood also said that if Markle’s hypothetical death happens after Prince William and Kate Middleton have a fourth child, Prince Harry’s position in the line of succession would drop to seventh place. When this happens, he no longer needs to ask for the Queen’s permission to marry another woman.

Shelley Kesselman, a former student at Episcopal Divinity School, said that she doesn’t think there’s a specific waiting period before Prince Harry could remarry. But by the looks of it, the Duke of Sussex will be in mourning for Markle for quite some time.

And as far as Her Majesty goes, Kesselman said that it’s unlikely for her to still be around to give her grandson permission to have a second wedding. By the looks of it, Prince Charles would be the one to give Prince Harry the go signal to tie the knot again when he’s King.

Meanwhile, several other respondents called the question creepy. One of them even said that it’s so morbid because the illness mentioned was very specific.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Photo: Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images