Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s split from Prince William and Kate Middleton has been made official.
News has been confirmed that The Royal Foundation has lodged documents with Companies House to have the Duke and Duchess of Sussex removed from its name.
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The 'Fab Four' ran the Royal Foundation together, however the new parents cut ties with the foundation to pursue their own charitable interests.
An insider revealed to the Daily Mail: “It’s very sad. But this is just the formal confirmation that they are going their separate ways.”
Back in July, a Buckingham Palace insider revealed the decision to split had been in the process for some time.
It was seen as a “natural and organic progression” given that the couples have “very different ambitions”.
The move was also regarded as harmonious between the four and a palace aide told Vanity Fair: “They [the couples] are both excited about the future.”
“When the foundation was formed it was for two boys in their early 20s."
"Their lives have changed considerably. Everything has been brought into a clearer focus now and there’s a new direction,” they added.
“This is a natural development. It’s a starting gun for some ambitious projects for the future and I think everyone is really excited.
"There is plenty of work to go around and the two foundations will work closely together."