A lot of things have changed during the time that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have welcomed their two kids.
Since Archie was born back in May of 2019, the couple have stepped down from their royal positions, moved to California and even established a charitable foundation named after their son. And now that their daughter, Lilibet (‘Lili’) Diana, has joined the family, those changes are being reflected everywhere—even on her birth certificate.
As Town & Country Magazine reported, the names that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex used on Lili's birth certificate are different from what they wrote on Archie's. Whereas before, Markle listed herself as “Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex,” the new birth certificate required the duchess to use her maiden name. She listed herself solely as “Rachel Meghan Markle.”
Meanwhile, Prince Harry, who listed himself as “His Royal Highness Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex” when Archie was born, reduced his title to “The Duke of Sussex, His Royal Highness,” which is his legal name.