While the young Archie will soon blow out his second candle, on May 6, the Mirror has just revealed that his parents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have made a change to their son’s birth certificate, drawn up on the 17th May 2019. A change that would have occurred on June 6, 2019, two months after the birth of Archie. Actress Meghan Markle would have had her first names removed from the official document “Rachel Meghan” to replace them with her official title “Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex”. According to the British daily, this modification would have been thought of as a nod to Diana, the mother of Prince Harry, who had always signed “Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales”. Conversely, her sister-in-law, Kate Middleton would have preferred to sign the birth certificates of her three children, Georges, Charlotte and Louis, with her first name and not with her royal title.
Prince Harry back in England but without Meghan Markle
Left to live in California, in the United States a year ago with his wife and son, Prince Harry should return to Great Britain next summer to attend, in particular, the 95th birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, but also on the 100th birthday of Prince Philip, his grandparents. A trip that he should do alone since it seems that Meghan Markle is staying in their villa in Santa Barbara. According to a source who spoke to the Daily Mail, “This is a personal and practical decision of the couple, but it would certainly help officials navigate what is probably a pretty delicate situation.” The Duke of Sussex is also expected to be present for the unveiling of a statue bearing the likeness of his mother, Princess Diana, which will be installed in the garden of Kensington Palace.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, with their son Archie © Agency