The birth certificate for Lilibet Diana contains an incredible detail.

Prince Harry’s use of “His Royal Highness” on daughter Lilibet Diana’s birth certificate defied the agreement he and Meghan made after their royal exit, known as Megxit. He listed “Duke of Sussex” as his first name and “His Royal Highness” as his last, conflicting with their decision to stop using “HRH” titles post-royal duties.

The Sun pointed out this inconsistency, highlighting the pair’s choice to drop these titles early last year. Meanwhile, Meghan Markle used her full legal name, “Rachel Meghan Markle,” on son Archie’s birth certificate, a move some interpret as a stance against royal convention.

Archie, born May 6, 2019, is seventh in line to the British throne. His birth certificate labeled Meghan as “Princess of the United Kingdom.” Lilibet Diana was born on June 4, near the Sussexes’ home in Santa Barbara.

The Sussexes’ decision in 2020 to step back as “senior” royals stirred debates on modern royalty. They retain their titles and occasionally attend royal events, focusing on charity work and social issues. Despite stepping down, their efforts continue to impact global audiences, reflecting a shift towards progressive change in society.