Meghan Markle's Real Name Revealed On Baby Archie's Birth Certificate
Earlier this week, royal family followers were surprised to see that Meghan Markle's name is not actually Meghan. Page Six picked up on baby Archie's birth certificate which revealed the ex-royal family member's name in full detail.
Reportedly, the document, registered by Prince Harry, featured Meghan's real name, Rachel, alongside her description as the Princess of the United Kingdom. Moreover, they were charged $25,000 per night to stay at the Portland Hospital in England.
There's no question a lot of fans of Markle were confused by the title, considering she was formerly labeled as the Duchess and not the Princess, and everyone was certain her real name was Meghan, rather than Rachel. Furthermore, it was never revealed where Archie was born either, but now fans know.
According to a report from The Mirror, Meghan is actually a princess, rather than the Duchess, but the Queen gave her that name on her wedding day. Regardless, reports indicate Meghan and Harry have moved on to the city of Los Angeles after staying in British Columbia.
Sources who spoke with The Star claimed the whole situation has been difficult for Harry, who misses his family, his royal duties, and his connection to the British military. Mollard explained that Meghan has many friends in LA, whereas Harry has none.
Additionally, Meghan has a lot of family in the area as well, so it looks like Harry has to foster his own social circle after leaving his behind in the United Kingdom.
As some social media users have pointed out, Meghan and Harry moved out of the United Kingdom to get away from the press, however, they went to Los Angeles, which is the epicenter of paparazzi.
Sharon Osbourne, on an episode of The Talk , spoke on this contradiction, arguing that if they were sick of the United Kingdom press, they're only going to be even more upset with the LA media.
As it was previously reported, Meghan and Harry announced their departure from the royal family at the beginning of the year. There were rumors of their desire to leave for months.