Prince Harry has dropped his royal surname after leaving Britain for California with wife Meghan Markle.
The Duke of Sussex, 35, is listed as Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex in documents registering new eco-friendly tourism firm Travalyst, which will feature a grading system for users to track their carbon emissions.
He appears to have ditched both his HRH title and the royal family name Mountbatten-Windsor.
It comes after the royal launched the firm in Edinburgh during one of his final round of engagements as a senior working royal – and asked delegates ‘just to call him Harry’.
Before he took to the stage, host Ayesha Hazarika, a former Labour adviser, said: ‘He’s made it clear that we are all just to call him Harry. So ladies and gentlemen, please give a big, warm, Scottish welcome to Harry.’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also announced they are launching a new charitable foundation named Archewell early last week.
which they claim is named after Ancient Greek word ‘Arche’ that inspired the name of 11-month-old Archie.
Under nature of business, it is filed as “other professional, scientific and technical activities not elsewhere classified”.
According to the Royal Family website: “The Prince of Wales chooses to alter the present decisions when he becomes king, he will continue to be of the House of Windsor and his grandchildren will use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.”