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Archie Harrison's info was accidentally removed from his mother Meghan Markle's biography on the Royal Family's official website.

Archie's parents shocked Britain when they announced they were leaving the Royal Family in an Instagram post on Jan. 8.

According to People.com, the couple's 8-month-old son was "accidentally" removed from Meghan's official profile on the Royal.UK website.
 

The omission was likely made because it was widely believed at the time, that Queen Elizabeth would take custody of the royal heir. The Queen took custody of Harry and his brother, Prince William, after their parents, Princess Diana and Prince Charles divorced in 1996.

British law states all royal grandchildren are in the legally custody of the Queen. But Archie is the Queen's great-grandson, which means she does not have legal custody of him.

The website also claimed Meghan and Harry still reside in a small cottage at Kensington Palace. But Harry and Meghan moved out of their Nottingham Cottage on the palace grounds in April, just before Archie was born.

In related news, Queen Elizabeth is reportedly "annoyed" that Harry and Meghan spent over $2 million in taxpayer money to renovate and decorate Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

Harry is currently staying alone at Frogmore Cottage, while Meghan and Archie are currently living in a $14 million mansion in Vancouver.

Harry has no plans to reunite with his family any time soon.

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When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit the Royal Family last week, many wondered whether Queen Elizabeth would take custody of their infant son, Archie Harrison. The Queen snatched Harry and his brother, Prince William, away from Princess Diana after she and Prince Charles divorced in 1996.

According to Heavy.com, the Queen didn't take immediate custody of Archie because she does not have legal custody of him under British law.
 

The British law that gives the Queen custody of royal children is called The Grand Opinion for the Prerogative Concerning the Royal Family.

The law holds that the sovereign has custody of his or her grandchildren. But because the Queen is Archie's great-grandmother, she does not have custody of him.

When the Queen dies, and Prince Charles ascends to the throne as King, Charles can take custody of Archie - which experts say he will since Archie is in line for the throne.

In related news, Twitter helped the Queen of England to save face by deleting a video that shows her grandson Prince Harry begging the head of Disney Studios for a job for his wife Meghan Markle.

The improper request occurred during the London premiere of The Lion King in 2019.

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Iger seemed stunned by the highly unusual request coming from a Member of the Royal Family. He turned his back to Meghan as if to shield her from her husband's embarrassing moment.

But little did Iger know that it was Meghan who put Harry up to beg him for a Hollywood job for her.

It isn't clear if Queen Elizabeth or Buckingham Palace are the lawful copyright owners of the embarrassing video.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shocked the world when they announced they were leaving the Royal Family as "senior royals."

The couple spent Thanksgiving and Christmas at a $10 million estate in Vancouver, Canada.

They returned to London this week for their first and final public appearances as members of the Royal Family.

They were so concerned that the Queen would take their 8-month-old son Archie that they left him behind in Toronto, Canada.

According to People.com, Meghan left her only child in Toronto with her close friend Jessica Mulroney.

Mulroney's three children served as page boys and a flower girl at Meghan and Harry's picture perfect wedding in May 2018.

Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, plan to return to Toronto to join their son soon.

Harry’s mother, Princess Diana was booted from the Royal Family and her sons were taken from her when she cheated on Prince Charles with an Indian doctor.
 

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Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduced their infant son, Archibald "Archie" Harrison to Archbishop Desmond Tutu during their royal tour of Cape Town, South Africa.

4-month-old Archie made his first appearance with his parents Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, during a tour of the anti-apartheid leader's legacy foundation in Cape Town on Wednesday.

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Video posted to the Royal couple's Instagram page shows the proud parents beaming with pride as Archie met the man they call "The Arch".

They captioned the video footage, "Arch meets Archie!"

Tutu's daughter Thandeka Tutu Gxashe joked that baby Archie would one day be a "ladies man" like his father.

The Duchess of Sussex joked with Thandeka that little Archie will have to get used to having cameras in his face.

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Baby Archie was dressed fashionably in blue striped dungarees and matching booties.

Archbishop Tutu won the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti-apartheid fight. He became the leader of the liberation struggle during Nelson Mandela's long imprisonment.

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Next, Prince Harry will leave his family to tour Botswana, Angola and Malawi, while Meghan will visit mothers2mothers, an Africa-based charity that trains and finds jobs for women living with HIV/AIDS.