UK's Prince Harry has been stripped of his HRH title at the exhibition celebrating the life of his mother Princess Diana.
It comes after the Palace vowed he would never use the royal title again, reports the Miroor.
Harry's title – His Royal Highness – has been removed from a placard at the event at Kensington Palace.
The words next to Diana's wedding dress at the show now reads: "Lent by HRH the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex".
A week after the "administrative error" was first drawn to officials' attention including the title, the Duke of Sussex is now no longer credited.
Harry and brother Prince William loaned the Royal Style in the Making exhibition their mother's wedding dress to display.
The Queen decided last year that the Sussexes were allowed to keep – but not use – their HRH titles (Image: Getty Images)
His titles were also been removed from other items he lent to the exhibit.
The details on Diana's peach skirt suit worn on the way to her honeymoon, designed by Bellville Sassoon, was also on display with HRH before his name.