Prince Harry referred to himself on the birth certificate for his daughter as “His Royal Highness,” despite their agreement after Megxit that he would stop using that title.
Prince Harry listed “Duke of Sussex” as his first name and “His Royal Highness” as his last name on the document, which The Sun was able to obtain.
It raised concerns because Prince Harry, 36, and his wife Meghan Markle, 38, decided to stop using their “HRH” titles in January of the previous year. Soon after announcing that they would be stepping down from their roles as senior royals, they made the decision to do this.
Although they were no longer using the titles, according to The Sun, they had never actually had them taken away from the two of them.
The document demonstrated that the mother of the Duchess of Markle, Rachel Meghan Markle, disregarded all formal protocol and listed herself using her full, legal name.
When she listed herself as “Rachel Meghan, Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex” on the birth certificate of her son Archie, who is now two years old, the former “Suits” star’s real first name, Rachel, came to light. The event garnered media attention.
This document is a duplicate of the birth certificate for Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor, which was issued by the Portland Hospital in London, England.
Her title was listed as “Princess of the United Kingdom” on that particular certificate.
According to the most recent record that was 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.