Prince Harry drops his royal surname
Prince Harry has dropped his royal surname while registering his eco-friendly tourism firm Travalyst, according to Daily Mail.
In documents filed to register his new eco-friendly tourism initiative, Travalyst, Harry seems to have done away with his famous last name, Mountbatten-Windsor. Harry is identified as "Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex" in the documents.
This isn't definitive proof that the royal is parting ways with his family name, of course, but it comes amid speculation that Harry and Meghan may be considering alternative surnames following their royal exit. The couple did list Mountbatten-Windsor as their son, Archie Harrison's, surname on his birth certificate.
According to Travalyst's website, the global initiative is led by Harry and was jointly founded by Booking.com, Skyscanner, Trip.com, TripAdvisor and Visa. The group hopes to change the impact of travel and encourage eco-responsibility in tourism.