Meghan Markle is bizarrely listed as a DOCTOR on the Companies House website after she and Prince Harry filed applications to close their Sussex Royal Foundation
- Meghan became Dr. The Duchess of Sussex called what is considered a mistake
- The reference has been removed from the Companies House website and is currently under review.
- It follows the couple, who submit official documents to dissolve the royal foundation
- Harry and Meghan are reportedly shifting focus to the ecotourism program
Meghan Markle was listed as a doctor on the Companies House website after she and Prince Harry made applications to close their Sussex Royal foundation.
The 38-year-old received the title of Dr. The Duchess of Sussex, a mistake that was probably made by executive agency staff.
It follows that the royal couple are asked to drop their HRH style before moving on to Canada and Los Angeles.
Meghan Markle, pictured above in January 2018, received the title of Dr. The Duchess of Sussex, a mistake that was suspected to have been made by Companies House employees
Meghan was previously named on the HRH government website The Duchess of Sussex before her title in Dr. The Duchess of Sussex was changed.
Both titles have since been removed from the website, according to The Sun.
A source said to the newspaper: "I have to admit that I was double-taken when I saw Meghan was appointed a doctor.
"It was called many things, but I had never heard of Doctor Meghan."
Another added: "The Duchess is definitely not a doctor."
Meghan graduated from Northwestern University in Illinois in 2003 with a bachelor's degree and a double major in theater and international studies.
The Companies House is supposed to deal with the matter.
The couple submitted official documents to the agency to dissolve the royal foundation while they were on the ecotourism program & # 39; Travalyst & # 39; the prince concentrated, as reports suggest.
It follows that the royal couple pictured in October last year were asked to drop their HRH style before moving on to Canada and Los Angeles
The independently founded company wants to help the most affected tourism industry to survive the coronavirus crisis.
The couple's move to disband its nonprofit follows the queen's decision that Harry and Meghan can no longer use the word "royal" in their "branding."
An insider told Newsweek: "After previous announcements that the Duke and Duchess would not use the name" Sussex Royal "and would not continue to run a foundation on their behalf, filings were submitted to the Companies House and Charity Commission to officially approve the company conclude." Charity down.
& # 39; This will appear in the public online record in the coming days. The charity officially enters a phase of "solvent liquidation". "
It is claimed that the couple, who left the royal family earlier this year, would like to focus on new ventures in the future.
This includes Travalyst, led by The Duke of Sussex, which has brought together some of the largest operators in the travel industry – including Visa, Booking.com, and Skyscanner – to help travelers choose lighter, low-carbon options and destinations that add more value to local communities.