Prince William and Kate Middleton just received another recognition that separates them from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

According to Tatler’s social power index, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are the most influential and socially significant people in the United Kingdom. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have been dubbed as a royal power couple, didn’t even make it to top 10.

Lagging behind Prince William and Middleton are Edris Elba and his wife, Sabina Dhowre. Third on the list is Joseph Getty and his jewelry designer wife Sabine Getty. Lady Amelia Windsor, Kate Moss, and Sir Mick Jagger are also part of this year’s list.

Last month, reports swirled that Prince Harry and Markle will be separating from Prince William and Middleton’s the Royal Foundation. The move was reportedly one of the ways that the couple is attempting to modernize the monarchy. But despite their efforts, they are still not considered as influential as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

A source from the Buckingham Palace told Harper’s Bazaar that Prince Harry and Markle also want to focus on causes closer to their hearts and the separation would allow them to do exactly what they want and how they want to do it.

“These changes are designed to best complement the work and responsibilities of Their Royal Highnesses as they prepare for their future roles and to better align their charitable activity with their new households,” the source said.

The Royal Foundation is now officially called as The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. As of late, the name of Prince Harry and Markle’s foundation hasn’t been announced yet.

Markle has not been seen in public for weeks until before and after the Trooping the Colour. She is currently on maternity leave but she made sure to join in the festivities to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday on June 8 at the Buckingham Palace.

Prince William, Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton
Pictured [L-R]: The Duke of Cambridge, Duke of Sussex, Duchess of Sussex and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at Westminster Abbey to attend a service to mark the centenary of the Armistice on Nov. 11, 2018 in central London. Paul Grover/AFP/Getty Images