Prince Harry 'drops royal surname' in paperwork after settling in LA

Prince Harry appears to have dropped his royal surname in paperwork after leaving the UK with Megan Markle to live in the US.

In documents for his latest venture, a new green travel company, Harry has used neither his HRH or Mountbatten-Windsor titles.

He went instead for Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex.

Harry moved to Vancouver Island in Canada last month with Meghan Markle and their 11-month-old son, Archie.

After the coronavirus crisis broke out, the couple took their son and moved to Los Angeles, California, where they are now.

It came out last month that Harry may be asked to give up his Duke of Sussex title if he chooses to move to the US and raise Archie there.

Now the couple are living in Los Angeles and Harry has dropped his royal surname to set up Travalyst.

The company aims to give users a scoring system based on how bad flights they’re considering taking will be for the environment.

On official documents for the business with Companies House, Harry is listed as an “individual person with significant control in the firm”.

He set Travalyst up with well-known travel brands including TripAdvisor,, Visa, Skyscanner and Trip.command.

The news comes as Meghan has also bagged her first non-royal job since the couple left the UK, and it involves working with Disney.

And Harry apparently hinted at wanting to leave the royal family last September when he said he said he didn’t want Archie to grow up like a royal for Meghan’s issue of Vogue

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