The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose not to speak to Prince Harry with his royal title just days after fans urged the Queen to recall it.
Prince William and Kate Middleton wished Harry a 36th birthday on Twitter on Tuesday.
But instead of referring to him as “the Duke of Sussex” like the Queen and Prince Philip and Prince Charles and Camilla in their tribute to social media, they simply called him “Prince Harry.”
– The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) 15 September 2020
Some public figures in the UK have called on the Queen to revoke Prince Harry̵
Harry and Meghan Markle have signed on to produce documentaries, screenwriters and family programming for Netflix after retiring from the royal family earlier this year.
“But if they really want to be independent, it looks like they’re doing it. is fine, “said Piers Morgan while hosting” Good Morning Britain “last week.
“I just do not think that as a resident of Sussex all my life I do not think they should be allowed to keep the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex,” he added.
The British newspaper The Daily Express even surveyed readers about whether the couple should drop their titles, with 98% of respondents saying they should according to the publication.
However, Royal Cinematographer Katie Nicholl told former Insider that it probably would not happen as the Duchy is Harry’s “birthright”.
Meanwhile, Robert Jobson, Royal Editor at Evening Standard, also told Insider: “The Queen made the decision to honor Harry by making him a Royal Duke on his wedding day.
“He is and will always be a prince – given he is the second son of the heir to the throne.”
Kensington Palace did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment on this article.
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