Prince Harry Drops His Royal Surname In Paperwork For New Firm
Prince Harry recently filed paperwork for his new company Travalyst in California and reportedly did not use his royal surname when he registered as the one who will be in control of the sustainable tourism initiative. Get the full story here!
Prince Harry is reportedly not using his royal surname anymore, as the Daily Mail has reported recently. The royal filed some paperwork for his newest venture, the eco-friendly travel initiative Travalyst, and apparently dropped his royal surname in the documents.
Prince Harry Drops Royal Surname In New Documents
In the form that lists Harry as the 'Person with Significant Control' for his new initiative, Harry used neither his name Mountbatten-Windsor nor the HRH title. Instead, he went with "Prince Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex".
The news comes after it was unclear what last names Harry and Meghan would actually be using after stepping back as senior members of the royal family on March 31st. At the Travalyst summit in February, the Duke had actually already asked the host Ayesha Hazarika to "just call him Harry".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now living in California where they are facing a very different world - their departure from the royal family and the UK still has Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan firing shots at them!
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