Prince William and Kate Middleton remove Harry and Meghan Markle from the charity of the Royal Foundation

The Charity of Prince William and Kate Middleton Officially DELETE all mention of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle while the Cambridges split their & # 39; split & # 39; of the Sussexes

  • It used to be called the Royal Foundation of Duke and Duchess or Cambridge & Sussex
  • Charity is now called & # 39; Royal Foundation Of The Duke And Duchess of Cambridge & # 39;
  • Harry and Meghan left the shared house at Kensington Palace for Windsor
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The charity of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has removed Harry and Meghan from the title and marks a final step in the separation between the two pairs.

Documents published today by Companies House show that the William and Kate Foundation is now & # 39; The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge & # 39; is called.

It follows the decision of Harry and Meghan to move from their shared house at Kensington Palace to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor and their decision to set up their own Sussex Royal foundation.

The movement led to reports of a breakup, first between Kate and Meghan, then between future King William and his younger brother Harry.

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The charity of the duke and duchess of Cambridge (photo William and Kate on the right) has removed Harry and Meghan (left) from the title

The charity of the duke and duchess of Cambridge (photo William and Kate on the right) has removed Harry and Meghan (left) from the title

Documents published today by Companies House show that the William and Kate foundation is now just & # 39; The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge & # 39; is

Documents published today by Companies House show that the William and Kate foundation is now just & # 39; The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge & # 39; is

Documents published today by Companies House show that the William and Kate foundation is now just & # 39; The Royal Foundation or The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge & # 39; is

A document from the Companies House shows how The & # 39; Duke and Duchess of Sussex & # 39; from the name of the charity

A document from the Companies House shows how The & # 39; Duke and Duchess of Sussex & # 39; from the name of the charity

A document from the Companies House shows how The & # 39; Duke and Duchess of Sussex & # 39; from the name of the charity

Sources have denied the feud and said it was largely about preparing both couples for their future roles, which are clearly on different paths.

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But rows over the privacy demands of Sussexes and their jet-setting lifestyle have led to further claims that they are growing apart from the Cambridges.

A new documentary with royal expert Ingrid Seward claims that William is afraid of the behavior of Harry and Meghan & understands the royal protocol & # 39 ;.

She told the program: & # 39; I would think it might bother William a little, because he might consider the way Harry and Meghan do things harmful to the affairs of the monarchy as a whole. & # 39;

A £ 10 fee was paid to Companies House by the William and Kate charity for the & # 39; name change notification by decision & # 39; only 14 months after they changed the name to include Meghan when she married in the royal family.

But the Royal Foundation has yet to update the title on its website, which still contains images of the Sussexes.

Kate and William have removed Harry and Meghan from the title of their charity to just & # 39; the Royal Duke and Duchess Foundation of Cambridge & # 39; to name
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Kate and William have removed Harry and Meghan from the title of their charity to just & # 39; the Royal Duke and Duchess Foundation of Cambridge & # 39; to name

Pictured: Harry and Meghan

Pictured: Harry and Meghan

The charity of the duke and duchess of Cambridge (photo William and Kate left) has removed Harry and Meghan (right) from the title

The Royal Foundation has yet to update the title on its website, which also still contains pictures of the Sussexes (Prince Harry, right)

The Royal Foundation has yet to update the title on its website, which also still contains pictures of the Sussexes (Prince Harry, right)

The Royal Foundation has yet to update the title on its website, which also still contains pictures of the Sussexes (Prince Harry, right)

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It still contains pictures of Meghan working on her & # 39; Together Cookbook & # 39; and Harry & # 39; s & # 39; Endeavor Fund & # 39 ;, which supports wounded soldiers and women on their way to recovery.

The website of the Royal Foundation also contains a section about the & # 39; Heads Together & # 39; mental health campaign launched by William, Kate and Harry before the engagement of the Duke of Sussex with the then actress Meghan Markle.

Photos show the two brothers and Kate sprinting across a race track with supporters wearing campaign T-shirts encouraging them.

The Sussex Royal Charity Office is located in Buckingham Palace, not in Kensington, where Kate and William live.

The joint venture of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan was intended to harness the power of the four high-profile royals.

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They were called the Fab Four after being on stage together at the first – and so far only – Royal Foundation forum in London in February 2018.

At the time, Harry said & # 39; working as a family has his challenges & # 39; but insisted that we be tied together for the rest of our lives.

The Sussexes' plan for their own separate charity was unveiled in June this year, and last week they appointed influential media executive Karen Blackett, president of MediaCom UK, as their first trustee.

The Sussexes' plan for their own separate charity was unveiled in June this year, and last week they appointed influential media executive Karen Blackett (photo), president of MediaCom UK, as their first trustee

The Sussexes' plan for their own separate charity was unveiled in June this year, and last week they appointed influential media executive Karen Blackett (photo), president of MediaCom UK, as their first trustee

The Sussexes' plan for their own separate charity was unveiled in June this year, and last week they appointed influential media executive Karen Blackett (photo), president of MediaCom UK, as their first trustee

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