Prince Harry is the youngest son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, and the only brother of Prince William. Harry has long been one of the most popular members of the Royal Family, and since his royal wedding in 2018 he has been known formally as the Duke of Sussex.
What is the Duke of Sussex’s full name?
Although he is known lovingly by the public and his family as Harry, he was actually given another first name when he was born.
Prince Harry was actually born Prince Henry Charles Albert David in 1984.
His first name of Henry was believed to have been picked by his mother Princess Diana.
The name Henry has been used by several kings of history, while Albert was the real name of the Queen’s father, King George VI.
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What is Prince Harry’s title?
Before he married and received his own royal title from the Queen, Harry often used the title of his father Prince Charles, who is Prince of Wales.
Members of the Royal Family do not need to use surname, however during his military career Harry often used the name ‘Wales’ for this purpose.
During his training course in Camberley, Surrey, Prince Harry was known as Officer Cadet Wales.
After the couple married, both Harry and Meghan were entitled to be known as His and Her Royal Highness (HRH) respectively as they were senior working members of the Royal Family.
However after the couple decided to step back from royal duties a year ago, it was announced the couple would not use their HRH titles going forward.
The Sussex Royal website explains: “As agreed and set out in January, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will retain their “HRH” prefix, thereby formally remaining known as His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex and Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will no longer actively use their HRH titles as they will no longer be working members of the family as of Spring 2020.”