PRINCE Harry and wife Meghan have been given different names for their trip to Balmoral to see the Queen.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be known as the Earl and Countess of Dumbarton during the trip.

The royals were given their Dumbarton titles after their wedding in may last year but rarely use them.

The Argus:

Though the pair may have ruffed some feathers before their trip to Scotland has even started.

Meghan and Harry have been invited to the the small Scottish town of Dumbarton, but have not yet accepted the invite.

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The pair - who are running out of time to accept the invite - have shunned a trip to the area.

A source told the Daily Record: “It’s understood that Harry and Meghan have been invited by the Lord Lieutenant but they have yet to accept it.

“A visit from them would no doubt give the area a boost.”

The peerage has not been used in 300 years before the Queen, 93, gave it to Harry, 34, a wedding gift.

Despite this, the pair have yet to set foot in the quaint British town in over a year since their nuptials in Windsor.

The Argus:

They visited Sussex five months after becoming the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Locals in the area said they're “disappointed” the couple - parents to baby Archie - have yet to make the effort to visit Dumbarton.

This summer’s visit to Balmoral will be Meghan’s first.

Dumbarton is 121 miles from the Balmoral estate.