The website for the royal family was officially updated just two weeks ago to include the royal titles of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children.
Archie and Lilibet were changed to Prince Archie Harrison of Sussex and Princess Lilibet Diana of Sussex in references to the siblings.
But Prince Archie’s profile page completely vanished from the Royal Family’s website over the weekend, confusing royal fans.
A “404 error message” was visible in Archie’s profile, who is three years old. His birth information, baby pictures, and the tweet sent by King Charles and Queen Camilla upon his arrival were all included on Archie’s page.
The entire page, however, was inaccessible for a number of hours with the message “The requested page could not be found.” Thankfully, it has now been fixed.
It comes after Meghan and Harry confirmed that Lilibet had been christened in a private ceremony at their home in Montecito and used their daughter’s name for the first time.
Despite the fact that Harry and Meghan have stepped down from their roles as working royals, King Charles approved the Duke of Sussex’s children using their royal titles at the end of 2022, HELLO! exclusively reported.
The couple is expected to use their children’s names in formal contexts but not in casual conversation.
According to reports, they are concerned about not taking away their children’s birthrights but rather giving them the choice to decide for themselves when they are older whether to stop using the titles or not.
Archie and Lili are automatically considered prince and princess under the regulations established by King George V in 1917 because they are the offspring of a sovereign’s son.
The Sussexes’ participation in King Charles’ coronation on May 6 is still an unknown.
The historic occurrence coincides with Archie’s fourth birthday.