The online profile for Archie disappeared yesterday (Picture: PA)
Royal fans were left scratching their heads after the official page for Meghan and Harry’s son, Prince Archie, disappeared from the Royal website.
The profile of three-year-old Archie was displaying a ‘404 error message’ when people went to click on it yesterday – however, it has now been restored.
Just a few weeks ago the page was updated to include Archie’s new titles – after his younger sister – Lilibet – was christened in secret.
All the other pages on the website are still fully functioning, including those for Prince William and Kate Middleton’s children Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
It was instead last night showing an error message (Picture: Royal.UK)
It is not known what happened to his page as all the other members of the family looked to be working (Picture: Royal.UK)
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s pages also remain intact, while their daughter Lilibet does not have a dedicated web page.
Archie’s page includes some details about him, including his birthday and tweets from the King and Queen Consort welcoming him on his arrival.
There were also pictures of a baby Archie meeting his great-grandmother the late Queen Elizabeth II in his mother’s arms.
However none of this was visible for several hours, with the page instead reading: ‘The requested page could not be found.’
The Sussexes started using the titles after Lilibet’s christening last month (Picture: PA)
The official titles of Archie and Lilibet were used for the first time at her christening earlier this month, with them both previously being called Master Archie Mountbatten-Windsor and Miss Lilibet Mountbatten-Windsor.
They had been initially eligible for HRH titles as great-grandchildren of the monarch however the late Queen changed the rules.
Sources suggested Meghan and Harry were frustrated that the palace failed to immediately recognise Archie and Lilibet’s titles after the Queen’s death.
The Prince and Princess of Wales, and their three children, had their titles swiftly changed when Charles acceded to the throne in September.
But Archie and Lili’s were not changed until around 24 hours after the baptism announcement earlier this month.
It is understood that despite the Sussexes’ repeated attacks on the institution of the monarchy and members of the Royal Family, there has been correspondence on the issue between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and royal aides.
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The sixth in line to the throne’s profile was down for a number of hours and showed an error message.