Who is Rachel, Princess of the United Kingdom?

Royal family fanatics were left scratching their heads when baby Archie’s birth certificate was finally made public this week.

Among the revelations in the document, registered by Prince Harry, were Meghan‘s real name, Rachel, her job description, “Princess of the United Kingdom, and where Archie was born, the $25,000 a night Portland Hospital in Westminster, England.

Fans were confused. Most thought Markle’s title — bestowed upon her by the Queen when she married Harry — was Duchess and not many were aware of her birth name. The couple have been notoriously close mouthed about where Archie was born.

As for her title, “while she was given the title the Duchess of Sussex by the Queen on her wedding day, she is also technically a princess, just not in her own name,” the Mirror noted.

She is Her Royal Highness Princess Henry of Wales through her husband, Harry.”

Meanwhile, the couple is now living in Los Angeles and royal commentator Angela Mollard told the Star it must be hard for Harry.

“He is separated from his family at a time when the rest of the world is using Zoom or Whatsapp to chat to each other – I can hardly see that happening,” Mollard said. “You know, they must feel very separate. He doesn’t have the friends in LA, she does. She has [her mother] Doria, she has her family, and while Meghan might have been feeling equally removed in the UK, for Harry, friends have been the people who have supported him, friends and his brother, through all of the years since his mother’s death — and to have that stripped away I think will be very discombobulating for him.”

Even more discombobulating is the fact that the press-hating couple moved to Los Angeles — the capital of the paparazzi. The irony of which was not lost on Sharon Osbourne who told the ladies of “The Talk,” “They actually moved to California…I don’t know why, it’s just so alien to me to think of the prince living here. If they were fed up with the press in the UK, they are really going to be fed up with the press living in LA.”

Source: nypost.com/feed