THE ROYALS | Prince William And Kate Middleton Remove Prince Harry And Meghan Markle From Royal Foundation Website

In the latest sign that the Fab Tour is an official foursome no more, Prince William and Kate Middleton have removed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle from The Royal Foundation website.

The deletion was quiet, but, naturally, fans notices when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were removed from the Foundation’s “principals” on the website, leaving just Will and Kate listed.

What’s more, the site credits just Will with founding the charitable organization, even though he actually start it with Harry back in 2009.

The Royal Foundation’s website does still list Harry and Meghan previous work with under its banner in its new section, but their personal projects – including Harry’s Invictus Games, and Meghan’s community cookbook and her “Empowering Communities” program – have been removed from the site’s program section, according to People Magazine.

Back when William and Harry founded the organization in 2009, they named it The Royal Foundation and welcome Kate as a principal after her wedding to Will in 2011. When Meghan and Harry tied the knot in 2018, the name was changed to “The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex”, which was a pretty big sign of solidarity among the Fab Four.

Now, the official name has been changed once again, to “The Royal Foundation of  The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge”, cutting off the nod to Harry and Meghan entirely.

Of course, this isn’t an out-of-the-blue kind of change. Harry and Meghan did announced that they were launching their own charity, Sussex Royal The Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, in Julay.


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