A new responsibility was assigned to the 33-year-old Prince.
As reported by Hello Magazine, Prince Harry is now the President of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.
On the new website for the Trust, Harry has been named as the head of the charity.
'Our President, Prince Harry, recognises the potential the Commonwealth family has - with this generation's vision, passion, effort and connectivity – to make a lasting beneficial impact with their ideas for hopeful social change,' the Trust wrote in the 'About' section of the website.
The Queen's Commonwealth Trust has many current projects such as eradicating hunger with excess food, helping children gain an education, and the African Prisons Project.
Harry would take on a larger role in the Commonwealth to make the organization "relevant to a younger generation."
"It's a very astute move giving Prince Harry a non-political, global role, drawing on his charisma and energy to help keep the Commonwealth and its headship relevant to a younger generation. This is soft-power diplomacy," said Dr. Sue Onslow, a deputy director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London.
Harry seems to be quite busy doing wedding preparation with Meghan Markle as of late. They will be tying the knot on May 19, 2018, at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Robert Wood Johnson, the American ambassador to Britain, said that the upcoming royal wedding is going to be "big" and "unbelievable."
The ambassador added that Harry and Meghan's marriage would strengthen "the relationship between the UK and the US."
Harry and Meghan first met in July 2016 on a blind date set by a mutual friend. It can be recalled that they made their first public appearance as a couple at the annual event in Toronto, Canada in 2017.
Meghan has been settling into her new life with Harry in London since their engagement on November 27, 2017.