Prince Archie (3) is back online – but not without mistakes. Most recently, the biography of the son of Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) disappeared from the British Royals website. Just like every family member, the three-year-old had their own page on the shared website, but suddenly it was no longer accessible. Now she’s back, but something’s wrong: Archie’s place in the line of succession is wrong.

Archie’s profile is now on the page returned so that the mini-royal now also bears the title of prince there. However, an error crept in. His biography states that he is seventh in line to the throne. But after the death of his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II (✝96) and the accession of King Charles III. (74) he should be in sixth place. In front of him are his uncle Prince William (40) and his children George (9), Charlotte (7) and Louis (4) and finally his father Harry.

Before Archie officially took the title as prince had received, he had been referred to as “Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor”. His sister Lilibet (1) had received the title “Miss”. However, Charles is said to have made the decision in early March that his grandchildren now as prince and princess may be called. Loud RadarOnlineit was never the king’s intention to punish his son’s children.