Prince Harry dropped his royal surname in paperwork when he left the UK with Meghan Markle to set up a new life in the US back in 2020.
The first instance of Harry not using his HRH or Mountbatten-Windsor titles were in documents for his green travel company, The Mirror reported at the time.
Instead, he referred to himself as Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex.
Harry first relocated to Vancouver Island in Canada in March 2020 with Meghan and their then 11-month-old son Archie.
But after the coronavirus pandemic began to break out the family moved to Los Angeles, California, where they still live today.
Harry dropped his royal surname when he set up Travalyst, a company that aims to gives users a scoring system based on how bad flights they're considering taking will be on the environment.
On official documents for the business with Companies House, Harry is listed as an “individual person with significant control in the firm”.
In other news, Harry has been slammed by royal fans as "selfish" after announcing he'll be attending the Invictus Games despite confirming he would not be going to Prince Philip's memorial.
The Duke of Sussex confirmed that he would be attending the games in a short clip on social media, where he sported an orange hat, T-shirt and sunglasses.
But the ex-royal has "probably hurt feelings" in The Firm by announcing it just a day after he said he wouldn't be attending his grandad's memorial on March 29, an insider claims.
A source told The Sun: "It was also hoped that the Queen would meet his daughter Lilibet for the first time and that would make it even more of a special occasion.
"Now none of that will go ahead – yet he is willing to travel to Holland for the Invictus Games, which is only 300 miles away."
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