Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been removed from Prince William and Kate’s Royal Foundation website, marking an official end to their joint venture.
The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and Prince William are now listed as the only “principles” of the charity, with the Duke being listed as founding the organisation.
In fact, the programme was initially launched with his brother Prince Harry in 2009.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and wife Meghan Markle are now no longer mentioned on the site, and projects after the Sussexes name, including the Invictus Games and Meghan’s Together: Our Community Cookbook, have been dropped from the site.
The site now lists programmes in five different categories, including conservation, mental health and young people.
But empowering communities is no longer listed, which highlighted Meghan’s work on female empowerment.
The opening message the homepage also only refers to the work of Kate and William.
It reads: “When people come together, they can achieve great things.
“The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge unites people to tackle some of today’s biggest challenges.
“We use our passion and unique influence to change mind-sets to make a lasting difference on the issues that matter to us and to society.”
Pictures showing Harry and William together have also been removed from the home page and replaced with images of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
But Meghan and Harry haven’t been entirely wiped from the charity’s website, as the pairs endeavours still feature in the ‘News’ section of the site.
Meghan and Harry’s departure from the site follows their decision to establish their own Sussex Royal charity foundation.
The news of the split was announced earlier this year, with Buckingham Palace confirming that Royal Foundation would now become the “principle charitable and philanthropic vehicle for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.”
The new charity, yet to be officially launched, will be run from Buckingham Palace.
The restructuring of the site came after Harry and Meghan relocated to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, breaking away from their joint household with William and Kate in Kensington Palace.
The two couples had previously been dubbed the “Fab Four” after the appearance at the Royal Foundation forum in February 2018.
At the time, Harry said “working as family does have its challenges”, but insisted “we’re stuck together for the rest of our lives”.
Yet, just 18 months later, the Sussexes announced their split from the charity.
Their names were officially removed from the charity’s title in August.
It was renamed The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The joint initiative from Public Health England and the NHS aims to help people manage the early symptoms of poor mental health.
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