Bad News For Prince Harry! His Royal Title Will Be Removed Soon.

The Duke of Duchess, Prince Harry’s royal title will be removed from an exhibition on the display of Princess Diana’s wedding dress at Kensington Palace. Harry will no longer be referred to as HRH, or His Royal Highness, in the credits on a panel accompanying.

 “Lent by HRH the Duke of Cambridge and HRH the Duke of Sussex” the panel reads at present. This will be changed to remove the HRH before “Duke of Cambridge.”

According to a spokesperson for the Royal Collection Trust, the letters HRH were never meant to be added to the front of Harry’s title on the panel. The prefix was only included as “an administrative error.” But Harry can add HRH before his name if he wants.

Harry and Meghan decided on their own to stop using the prefix in April 2020, following their joint decision to cease royal duties. The couple retains their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. However, people were curious whether they would go for their royal titles or not while living in North America.

The couple and the royal family relationship are strained, mainly since Harry and Meghan have begun talking publicly about the issues they experienced while in the royal family.

The experts are pressurizing the Queen to strip Harry of all royal titles, after the prince revealed he had been wanting to leave the family for over a decade.

The shefinds.com wrote, “No changes are set to be made to Prince Harry’s royal title at this time. However, the Kensington Palace exhibition will drop the HRH on the panel with his credit.

The exhibition, called “Royal Style in the Making” is displaying Princess Diana’s wedding gown from now through January 2022. This is the first time the gown has been on display in 25 years.”

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