Harry and Meghan have been placed at the bottom of the Royal Family website alongside Prince Andrew.
Links taking readers to pages dedicated to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had previously been placed in the middle of the screen, below the more senior members of the royal family and above the lesser members of the family.
Nevertheless, after the website was updated after the queen’s death Isabel II earlier this month, Harry and Meghan have been pushed out from under members like Princess Alexandra and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
Prince Michael of Kent and his wife Maria Cristina, who are not active royals, have been completely removed from the page, The Telegraph reported. While Princess Alexandra, the Duke of Kent and the Duke of Gloucester, the Queen’s cousins, continue on the website as they are active members.
The Sussexes were first scrolled down the page about 15 months ago, after abandoning their duties as members of royalty. The new changes come after the couple returned to California a day after the funeral of the UK’s longest-serving monarch, and without resolving their differences with King Charles and Prince William.
Harry and William stood side by side supporting their father while mourning the death of his mother and paraded along with Meghan and Kate for tributes in Windsor to the monarch. However, it remains to be seen if this truce will hold, especially with the publication of Harry’s memoir later this year.