Prince Harry's HRH title to be removed from an exhibition about Princess Diana's wedding dress, reports say

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  • Prince Harry's HRH title was included in a Princess Diana display due to an "administrative error."

  • The title, which Harry retains but no longer uses officially, will reportedly be removed.

  • Harry loaned his mother's wedding dress to the exhibition at Kensington Palace.

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The Duke of Sussex's HRH title is due to be removed from a new exhibition featuring Princess Diana's wedding dress, reports say.

The Guardian and The Express report that Prince Harry's title - which stands for His Royal Highness - will be dropped from the credits on a panel displayed next to his late mother's dress at Kensington Palace.

The panel currently reads "Lent by HRH the Duke of Cambridge and HRH the Duke of Sussex."

A spokesperson for the Royal Collection Trust told British newspaper The Sunday Times that the HRH prefix before Harry's name was originally included due to "an administrative error," according to The Express and The Guardian.

Before stepping down from the royal family, Harry's full name was His Royal Highness Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex.

While Harry and Meghan Markle retain their HRH titles, they agreed not to use them in an official capacity after they ceased royal duties in April 2020.

The exhibition, titled "Royal Style in the Making" opened at Kensington Palace on June 3 and will run until January 2, 2022.

It aims to explore "the intimate relationship between fashion designer and royal client, revealing the process behind the creation of a number of the most important couture commissions in royal history," according to a statement on the Historic Royal Palaces website.

Diana's wedding gown, designed by the Emanuels, is being displayed for the first time in 25 years, alongside the 1937 coronation gown of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, who served as the consort to King George VI.

Representatives for the Duke of Sussex declined to comment when contacted by Insider. Historic Royal Palaces did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

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