Actress, philanthropist, duchess…these are just some of the many hats Meghan Markle wears. But apparently, neither of them is her actual job title.
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The Duchess of Sussex’s official occupation was revealed when Baby Archie’s birth certificate was made public last week and according to the document, Meghan’s official job title was listed as “Princess of the United Kingdom” and Harry’s was listed as “Prince of the United Kingdom.”
The news may come as a surprise to royal fans, as Meghan hasn’t previously been referred to as a princess and the royal couple were given the official titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex following their 2018 wedding.
The birth certificate also listed their son, Archie Harrison’s date of birth as May 6 at 5:26 am and the place of birth, the private Portland Hospital in Westminster.