Prince Harry is no longer a Royal Highness on the Royals website

With the retirement of the royal service, Prince Harry also lost the title “Royal Highness”. Although he was no longer allowed to use the title himself, the royal family’s website continued to list him with the title “Royal Highness” – until now.

There were many far-reaching consequences of Prince Harry’s departure from royal service. Among other things, he had to say goodbye to the euphonious title “His Royal Highness”. Because with the resignation of him and his wife Duchess Meghan (41), he also had to leave this title behind.

Title withdrawal for Prince Harry now also on the official royal website

It is all the more surprising that Harry was still on the Royals’ website as Royal Highness until recently. He continued to be called that on his profile – an error that has now apparently been noticed and changed.

In two places, Prince Harry erroneously bore the title in the text about him until today, Tuesday (August 8). Both times it was about his work in 2016 in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Not the only error that was found on the apparently not very up-to-date page for a long time, as the British “Express” found out. Until recently, the Queen († 96) was the current monarch, King Charles III. (74) as “Prince of Wales” and Queen Camilla (76) as “Duchess of Cornwall”.

Prince Harry’s title withdrawal is part of the ‘revision process’

In a statement, the palace said: “The Royal Family website contains over 5,000 pages of information about the life and work of the Royal Family. Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the content has been reviewed and is being revised bit by bit. Some content may be out of date until the revision process is complete.”

For the area in which Prince Harry and his work was concerned, this has now apparently happened – and the 38-year-old now has to do without Royal Highness in the title here too.

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