According to the TMZ portal, 39-year-old Meghan Markle did not use the title of the Duchess of Sussex in the birth certificate of her daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor. Her husband, 36-year-old Prince Harry, however, decided to indicate in the document his full title-His Royal Highness.
In the certificate of Lilibet, which was issued by the district of Santa Barbara in the state of California, the "Parents" column includes the mother of Rachel Meghan Markle (Rachel Meghan Markle) and the father of The Duke of Sussex His Royal Highness (His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex).
Recall that the couple's youngest child was born in California at the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital clinic.
Until today, the couple has always used their titles when drawing up official documents. So in the birth certificate of the couple's first child, two-year-old son Archie, the mother's name was spelled out as Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex (Her Royal Highness Rachel Meghan, Duchess of Sussex).
Due to the fact that a year and a half ago, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their refusal from royal duties, Meghan decided to keep her promise and stopped calling herself a duchess. The couple resigned, but at the same time continues to fulfill financial obligations to the royal family of Great Britain. Meghan stripped herself of the title on her own, while her son may be stripped of the title due to the intentions of his grandfather Prince Charles. Recently it became known that he does not plan to grant his grandson a title when he becomes king himself.