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Meghan Markle: That radical change she had done on Archie’s birth certificate


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According to our information, the birth certificate of Archie, son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, was amended two months after his birth. The former actress wished to change her name.

On May 6, 2019, little Archie pointed the tip of his nose. Eleven days later, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry declared his birth. Only on June 5 of the same year, the couple changed young Archie’s civil status record. Meghan Markle is said to have changed her name. On the papers, the young mother would no longer be called “Rachel Meghan” but “Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex”.

This correction was made as rumours of a fraternal break-up between Prince Harry and his older brother, Prince William, were growing. Would the rebels of the Crown have wished to humiliate the Cambridge family? Kate Middleton would have chosen to put her first name on the birth certificates of her three little ones, George, Charlotte and Louis, rather than her royal status.

Did Meghan and Harry simply wish to follow the example of Princess Diana, who always signed “Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales”? Shortly after changing the birth certificate, Archie’s parents were bowing out of the “Fab Four”, the royal foundation they had been working on with Prince William and Kate Middleton.

A return to peace

The hatchet between the two brothers would finally be buried. As we reported to you on January 13th, Princes Harry and William would have resumed the dialogue. “There were phone and video calls during the Christmas and New Year holidays and the Sussex sent gifts to Cambridge and vice versa,” explained royal expert Katie Nicholl to Entertainment Tonight a few days earlier.


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Tensions would thus be put aside. Even if nothing will ever be the same again… “I doubt that they will find the complicity of yesteryear again,” the sceptical journalist added.

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