Prince Harry and Meghan are no longer involved with the Royal Family

Prince Harry and Meghan ‘downgraded’ on Royal Family website as profiles vanish & replaced by joint page next to Andrew

PRINCE Harry and Meghan have been drastically “downgraded” on the Royal Family’s official website.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s bio disappeared completely for 30 minutes last night, before reappearing below other senior royals.

Prince Harry and Meghan's profiles have been 'downgraded' on the Royal Family's website

Prince Harry and Meghan’s profiles have been ‘downgraded’ on the Royal Family’s websiteCredit: Getty

The couple previously enjoyed two separate pages

The couple previously enjoyed two separate pagesCredit: Buckingham Palace

The Sussexes' joint entry, now much briefer, has been moved below other minor royals


The Sussexes’ joint entry, now much briefer, has been moved below other minor royalsCredit: Buckingham Palace
The Sussexes’ entry now states that they have stepped aside as working royals, with only a few brief words on each of them.

In what many will see as a significant downgrade in their standing, the pair now only share a shared biography featuring a photo of them arm in arm on a beach in South Africa, with a combined word length of only 577 words.

The couple previously enjoyed two separate pages.

Prince Andrew’s bio was also updated and drastically reduced.

It features the news of his resignation from public life due to the Epstein controversy, as well as Queen Elizabeth’s decision to remove his military and royal patronages.

The palace press office is “slowly” updating the website following Queen Elizabeth’s death, according to the Mail.

Harry’s initial profile identified him as the fifth in line to the throne and the younger son of The King and Diana, Princess of Wales.

His 2,700-word biography, which was studded with photos, detailed the prince’s early life, schooling, and military service.

It also mentioned his involvement in the Invictus Games, children with HIV/AIDS, and athletic activities, as well as African conservation and his collaboration with the Prince and Princess of Wales on the Heads Together campaign for mental health.

A segment titled “Supporting the Monarch” detailed his time as a working royal for his late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.

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It said he represented her at events in the UK and overseas, as well as at state and ceremonial occasions such as Remembrance Day.

Meghan’s individual profile was significantly shorter, approximately 1,300 words long, and featured information about her schooling and her career, as well as her philanthropic activities during her brief time as a member of the Royal Family.

There was no mention was made of her parents, however.

The Sun has contacted the Palace for comment.

In August, Prince Harry’s HRH title was quietly removed from the Royal Family website.

At the end of June, the site – addressing Harry’s charity work – wrote: “His Royal Highness underwent a public HIV test at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital to raise awareness and promote how easy it is to get tested, as part of his on-going efforts to eradicate the stigmas associated with HIV/AIDS.”

But the HRH title was then replaced with just “The Duke”.

It comes as Princess Kate was seen on video for the first time since her surgery, looking relaxed and happy on a trip with husband William.

Kate, 42, dressed down in a hoodie and leggings, carried her own shopping as she strolled through a farm shop’s car park.

Footage emerged just hours after The Sun exclusively revealed Kate had spent Saturday shopping in Windsor and Sunday morning watching her children play sport.

It comes amid weeks of vile and bullying online behaviour where wild conspiracy theories have been spread unchecked.

Some even refused to believe our front page yesterday, despite Wills and Kate having being spotted by members of the public.

The Sun last week called on the world to “Lay Off Kate” after she was harshly criticised for editing her Mother’s Day family photo.

We have chosen to both report her appearance in yesterday’s paper, and show the footage today, in a bid to bring an end to what the Palace has called the “madness of social media”.

Despite appearing fit and healthy, the princess remains under medical guidance to keep off work until next month.

No date has yet been given for a return to public duty after her abdominal surgery more than eight weeks ago.

It is understood she will return to work when she is good and ready.

The Sussexes lost their royal titles after ditching the UK in 2020

The Sussexes lost their royal titles after ditching the UK in 2020Credit: Getty

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