The British royals make one of the most famous families in the entire world, and as such, it doesn’t come as a surprise that their personal lives are of great interest to the wide public and the media.
Finding themselves under the scrutiny of the media and the paparazzi was one of the reasons why Harry and Meghan decided to part from Britain and settle down in the sunny California. For one, Harry did all in his power to protect his wife and not let her go through the same ordeal his mother was forced to go through when it came to the media.
When they decided to step down from their royal duties, which angered many, especially Prince William and King Charles, the Sussexes decided to stop using their HRH titles. However, it looks like they didn’t do that, and the birth certificate of their second child, daughter Lilibet Diana, shows exactly that.
Lilibet Diana, who has been named after both her grandmother and her great-grandmother, was born at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, California, on 4 June 2021 at 11:40 PDT. While Lili’s name has never been formally styled with a title, at the time of her birth she was entitled to use the courtesy title “Lady” before her given name as the daughter of a duke.
Recently, The Sun reported that according to Lili’s birth certificate, which they got to, Harry designated himself as ‘His Royal Highness.’
He listed “Duke of Sussex” as his first name and “His Royal Highness” as his last name.
According to the newspaper, although Meghan and Harry said they won’t be using the HRH titles, they have never actually been taken away from them.
Meghan on the other hand decided not to follow any protocols and listed her full legal name.
On her son Archie’s birth certificate, however, the former Suits star identified herself as “Rachel Meghan, Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Sussex.”
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