Equally, you might not have heard of it as an act of defiance, but I did. It was reported as Anne's demonstrating her support for her father in the matter of the Dynasty's name. (Yes, I know the name would not have changed until the Queen's death, but clearly Mountbatten the two Dowagers and the then PM didn't. She also seemed to have been under the illusion that she had a surname. She didn't then and she doesn't now, whatever the Court recorder at Windsor might say.)
I really don't care how many Princes or Princesses are recorded as Mountbatten-Windsors, they aren't. But then, as you say, they probably aren't sure themselves.
Now since this discussion began by my pointing out that the Duke of Sussex has no way to represent himself which does not involve his use of his legal identity as Duke of Sussex, I suggest we close this discussion by agreeing that we do not agree.
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