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Eight details you may have missed on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s website | Royal | News

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Details you may have missed on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new website (Image: Getty)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle both shocked fans around the world as they quietly unveiled a brand new website and redesign – sussex.com, in the evening of February 12.

At first glance, the striking website appears neat, clean, and easy to navigate, however, on analysis of its contents and design, there are remarkable omissions, interesting language choices, and unusual features on the site.

The couple has been warned by critics, that using the Sussex title and the royal crest for commercial use could provoke the Palace, with one source telling the MailOnline they could have “real trouble”. Others have since leapt to the couple’s defence stating it is their own “family name” to use.

The rebranding comes amid rumours that the couple may be looking for more production companies to work with, and the site acts as a “one-stop shop” for their work, fueling speculation that the Sussexes are trying to breathe new life into their media careers.

At Express.co.uk, we have created a list of the eight details you may have missed on The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new website.

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1. No mention of King Charles or wider Royal Family

Despite the landing page being titled ‘The Office of Prince Harry & Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’, there is absolutely no mention of King Charles, and therefore no mention of Prince Harry’s relation to his father.

Unlike the Royal Family’s official

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