According to The Sunday Times, the Duke of Sussex was accidentally referred to by his royal moniker on placards at the event, despite the fact that he lost his HRH title when he quit his role as a Senior Royal last year.
At the exhibition, which has several dresses worn by the Princess of Wales on display, one of the placards reads: “Lent by HRH the Duke of Cambridge and HRH the Duke of Sussex.”
Since the mistake has been called out, a spokesperson for the event has revealed that it was ‘an administrative error, for which the Royal Collection Trust was responsible’.
It was then added that the ‘labels were incorrect and will be updated’.
The Diana exhibition will be running until January 2 of next year, and it will also feature designers who’ve dressed the Queen, Princess Margaret, and the Queen’s mother.
Two of Princess Diana’s dresses are on show at the event, including her iconic ivory taffeta and lace wedding dress and her honeymoon outfit, a Bellville Sassoon peach skirt suit.
Along with the exhibition, there will also be a special ceremony to mark the late princess’s 60th birthday next month.
And, according to gossip website Radar, Prince Harry is ‘demanding’ that his wife Meghan Markle is included.
A source told the publication: “Harry is demanding that Meghan be part of the official ceremony.
“She will not be able to attend in person because of the couple’s second child, but Harry is pushing to have comments prepared by Meghan included in the event or a video message featuring his wife released to the media the same day the brothers unveil the statue.”
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