Harry and Meghan’s names have been relocated on the British Court’s website

Harry and Meghan's names have been relocated on the British Court's website

Harry and Meghan’s names have been relocated on the British Court’s website

Harry and Meghan’s names have been changed on the British court’s official website. They are now in a lower position than before. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex now follow Prince Edward and his wife Sophie on their royal family list.

The site is unavailable for some time due to maintenance, but it can be viewed again since Saturday. The change shifted the couple’s website downward. Previously, Harry and Meghan were under the rule of Prince William and his wife Catherine. After the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge came Prince Edward, his wife, Princess Anne, and the Duke of York.

The change in the ranking of the royal family on the site followed the message that appeared at the beginning of this year that Harry and his wife are permanently staying away from the royal family. After the split, the two also spoke in a frank interview and frequently discussed with Oprah about racism within the family. For example, Meghan said a family member had conversations with Harry before the birth of their son Archie about “how dark the baby’s skin is”.

The biography of the two on the official website now indicates that the Duke and Duchess have permanently distanced themselves from the royal family. “They spend their time partly in North America and partly in the UK, to continue their work and care for the Queen and the Commonwealth.”

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