PRINCE Harry’s HRH title has been quietly removed from the Royal website.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, was smiling yesterday as he was seen arriving in Japan for the sporting summit without Meghan Markle.
But a few hours later it was revealed that the Duke was no longer known as His Royal Highness on the official Royal site.
In late June, the website – referring to Harry’s charity work – wrote: “His Royal Highness has undergone a public HIV test at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital to raise awareness and promote how easy it is to get tested, as part of his on-continued efforts to remove the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.”
But as of Tuesday, the HRH title has been replaced with just “Duke”.
Although neither Harry nor Meghan have been able to use the titles since they left the shocking ‘Megxit’, they are still on the site for now.
Meghan still has her HRH title appearing on the website – leaving many Royal fans wondering if her title will also quietly disappear.
In a statement on January 18, 2020, shortly after the couple left the country and family, the Palace said: “The Sussexes will not be using their HRH title as they are no longer members. Royal work.”
Harry’s rejection comes just days after Meghan was publicly ignored by King Charles, Camilla, Kate and Wills on her birthday.
The members of the airline had to try to put aside the family rift to wish her a special day.
Royal author Angela Levin told The Sun Online that William and Kate were “fed up” of Meghan and shouldn’t have needed to send her well wishes.
She said: “Meghan hasn’t made Camilla’s date of birth public so I don’t see why they should do anything in return,
“William wants absolutely nothing to do with Harry at the moment and who can blame him.
“Katherine is forgiving and not upset, she comes from a loving home, but she’s also really fed up with Meghan.
“They can say something without emotion and without love – very very basic.
“They don’t want to give Meghan the chance to be nasty and the Sussexes to be vile because they’re going to attack them back.
“But why should they do that after how Harry and Meghan have acted.”
It becomes the second event in just days after it was revealed that the couple would not be participating in a Company event marking the Queen’s death.
It can now be revealed that Kate and Wills are expected to attend the engagement marking the one-year anniversary of the late Queen’s death next month, according to reports.