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Prince Harry: What is the Former Duke of Sussex’s Real Name? (It’s Not Harry)

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The docuseries Harry and Meghan answer several questions about the relationship between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the trials and tribulations of life, and the problems faced by the British Royal Family.

But there are still some questions that are left unsaid.

According to Google Trends, one of the top searches for Prince Harry by internet users is about his true given name.

What is Prince Harry’s full name?

Most of us know him as Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, or just Harry. But Did you know that the hunky Brit’s given name isn’t even Harry?

Yes, it’s no joke. According to Britannica, an encyclopedia for all things British, Harry’s full name is Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton, and Baron Kilkeel.

So why doesn’t he use his real name and is known as Harry instead? Even the Prince isn’t quite sure where “Harry” came from. During a chat with winners of the WellChild Awards, when he talked with a young boy called Henry. The Prince revealed that his name was also Henry but laughed at the fact that he didn’t know why he didn’t use it.

“My name is Henry as well,” Harry said, according to Entertainment Tonight. “But everyone calls me Harry. I have no idea why.”

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