Meghan Markle is bizarrely listed as DOCTOR on the Companies House website after she and Prince Harry apply to close their Sussex Royal Foundation
- Meghan was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex in what is considered an error
- Reference has been removed from Companies House site and is being ‘researched’
- It follows the couple filing official paperwork to dissolve the royal foundation
- Reports suggest Harry and Meghan shift focus to eco-tourism
Meghan Markle was listed as a Doctor on Companies House website after she and Prince Harry applied to close their Sussex Royal foundation.
The 38-year-old was given the title Dr The Duchess of Sussex, in a mistake allegedly made by executive agency staff.
It follows the royal couple who are asked to drop their HRH styles before moving to Canada and Los Angeles afterward.
Meghan Markle, pictured above in January 2018, was titled Dr The Duchess of Sussex, in a mistake allegedly made by Companies House staff
Meghan was previously called HRH The Duchess of Sussex on the government site before her title was changed to Dr. The Duchess of Sussex.
Both titles have since been removed from the website, it said The sun.
A source told the newspaper, “I have to admit I did a double take when I saw Meghan had been named a doctor.
“She is called a lot, but I had never heard Dr. Meghan.”
Another said, “The Duchess is by no means a doctor.”
Meghan graduated from the Illinois-based college communications school in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree and a double major in theater and international studies.
Business house would ‘investigate’ the case.
The pair filed official paperwork with the agency to dissolve the royal foundation while shifting their focus to the prince’s eco-tourism program “ Travalyst, ” reports suggest.
It follows the royal couple, pictured last October, and was asked to drop their HRH styles before moving to Canada and Los Angeles afterwards
The company – which was founded independently – hopes to help the hard-hit tourism industry survive the coronavirus crisis.
The couple’s decision to dissolve their charity follows the Queen’s decision that Harry and Meghan should no longer use the word “royal” in their “branding.”
An insider told it Newsweek: “After previous announcements that The Duke and Duchess will not use the name ‘Sussex Royal’ and will not continue with a foundation in its name, paperwork has been submitted to Companies House and the Charity Commission to formally close the charity.
This will appear in the online public register in the coming days. The charity formally enters a period of “liquidation of solvents”. ‘
It is claimed that the couple, who left the royal family earlier this year, want to focus on new ventures in the future.
This includes Travalyst, led by The Duke of Sussex, which brought together some of the largest travel industry operators, including Visa, Booking.com and Skyscanner, to help travelers more easily choose low-carbon options and choose destinations that will benefit more from local communities.