Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been removed from the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust website after the organisation relaunched the site this week.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were president and vice president of QCT before they stepped down from royal duties two years ago.
The QCT was set up to provide funding, tools and support for young Commonwealth leaders to help them transform their communities across agriculture, education, employability, and more.
However, the new website makes no mention of the work Harry and Meghan did for the organisation, instead focusing on the Queen’s legacy.
It comes after experts in Harry and Meghan’s bombshell Netflix series branded the Commonwealth as ‘Empire 2.0’.
Sharing the news of the updated site on Twitter, the organisation posted: ‘Our newly re-designed website is now live.
‘Thanks to the important work of young leaders across the #Commonwealth, we have amazing stories lined up for you.
‘Please take a moment to check it out and let us know what you think.’
There is no mention of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the Team QCT section, nor are the couple mentioned in the ‘Organisations we support’ section.
Instead, there is a detailed explanation of what the Commonwealth is, and how the organisation was set up in 2018 in recognition of the ‘Queen’s lifetime of service’.
The website update comes after the Commonwealth was criticised in Harry and Meghan’s Netflix series.
The Commonwealth was founded in December 1931 and currently contains 54 countries.
According to the Royal Family’s website, the purpose of the organisation is to ‘foster international co-operation and trade links between people all over the world’.