The Anglican Bishop of Fulham, The Rt Rev.John Broadhurst has said that he will join the English Ordinariate by the end of the year. You can read more about his decision here.
He says that he will remain chair of FiF UK since it isn't an "Anglican organisation" Perhaps he meant "Church of England"? The adjective "Anglican" today goes beyond the Anglican communion. One can be Anglican and yet be a Roman Catholic!
With the Ordinariates, I believe that the word "Anglo-Catholic" won't be appropriate enough to describe Catholics like Bp Broadhurst. It is quite awkward to call them Roman Anglican Catholics or even Anglican Roman Catholics! The best way to call them is simply this
Anglicans in communion with Rome or The Anglican Church in communion with Rome.
We take the precedence of Russian Christians who are in communion with the Pope. They call themselves officially as
The Russian Orthodox Church in communion with Rome
Some Roman Catholics may be dismayed that the word :"Catholic" isn't in the official name. But the whole essence of being Catholic is being with Rome and under the pastoral care of her Bishop.
The word "Catholic" like "Anglican" goes beyond the Roman Catholic Church. But really being Catholic means being under the pastoral care of the Pope.
So all under his care are equally Catholic whatever liturgical expressions, spirituality are used to express this one Faith.