Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have fancied up Prince Archie’s birth certificate — with Markle erasing her first name and both adding royal honorifics.
After Archie was born in 2019, many royal watchers learned Markle’s true given name — Rachel — for the first time when his birth certificate was revealed.
Now the latest copy of the document, obtained by The UK Sun, shows Markle edited the certificate about a month after Archie’s May 6, 2019, birth, nixing “Rachel Meghan.”
Now she is listed as “Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex.”
Prince Harry also added “Prince” to the document to complete his title of “His Royal Highness Prince Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex.”
One-year-old Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is seventh in line to the throne.
The revisions were made days before the Sussexes announced they would sever ties to the charity they shared with Kate Middleton and Prince William, amid rumors of a rift between the brothers and their wives.
Meanwhile Saturday, Harry’s summer travel plans to London were revealed.
He is expected to fly there in June to attend his grandfather Prince Phillip’s 100th birthday party and the Trooping of the Colour, among other festivities. Meghan and Archie are expected to remain at the couple’s home in Los Angeles.
The pair famously stepped away from daily royal duties last year and moved to the US in an ordeal dubbed “Megxit.”