The Duke of Sussex attended a tourism conference in Edinburgh yesterday where he told delegates to simply refer to him as ‘Harry’.
The Prince, who is known as the Earl of Dumbarton when in Scotland, was speaking at the Travalyst event in the Scottish capital, where he addressed the problems concerning growing tourist numbers.
Before the event, host Ayesha Hazarika addressed the situation with the gatherers: “He’s made it clear that we are all just to call him Harry.”
The Prince returned to the UK to carry out his final engagements as a Senior Royal.
The Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle, announced last month that they are to step down from their role and that they will relocate to North America.
The couple have been residing in Canada with their son Archie for several weeks, but returned to the UK on Tuesday.
Along with the tourism conference, Prince Harry will attend eight other royal engagements, including a performance by the Invictus Games Choir and The Endeavor Fund Awards.
Meghan Markle is also expected to be at the International Women’s Day March on the 8th March in London, though the Prince will not be attending this event.
The pair are working to become financially independent and will officially resign from their roles in March.
The Duke and Duchess will keep their HRH prefix, but have said that they will not actively use it.
They will also retain their Scottish title of the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton.