By referring to himself as “His Royal Highness” on the birth certificate for their daughter, Prince Harry has once again violated the arrangement he and his wife Meghan made following Megxit.
According to the paper, Prince Harry identified himself as “Duke of Sussex” with the title “His Royal Highness” as his last name. This violates his agreement to refrain from using that title once they left the royal family. With its claim that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have ceased using their “HRH” titles, The Sun raised some doubts even though they had never truly lost them. Early in the previous year, soon after declaring that they would be stepping down from their principal royal duties, the pair made this choice.
The Duchess of Sussex, Rachel Meghan Markle, garnered attention when she placed her full, legal name on the birth certificate of her son Archie without following any proper formality.
Others believe that she was only expressing her right to use her full name, while some think this was an intentional act of rebellion against the monarchy. Whatever the motivation, the news that Meghan Markle’s first name is Rachel sparked much discussion and rumor. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born at the Portland Hospital in London, England, on May 6, 2019. Archie is the seventh in line to the throne of Great Britain and is the son of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.
Her title was designated as “Princess of the United Kingdom” on that particular certificate. According to the most recent document made available in Santa Barbara, Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born on June 6 at 11:40 a.m. at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, which is close to the family’s estate.
Since ages past, people have been fascinated by the Royal Family, especially in the years after the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Since being married, the couple has become more independent from the conventional responsibilities of the Royal family and has gained notoriety both in the UK and abroad. The pair declared in 2020 that they would give up their positions as “senior” members of the Royal family and instead concentrate on achieving financial independence.