HARRY and Meghan have finally unveiled their website to replace Sussex Royal – and it’s beige.
The couple announced in April they were forming ‘Archewell’ but aiming to launch the foundation in the New Year.
Harry and Meghan have finally unveiled their website to replace Sussex Royal[/caption]
The website consists of only one home page and lists its address as offices for Harry and Meghan’s Hollywood agent[/caption]
But it can be revealed archewell.com went live on October 7th.
The website consists of only one home page and lists its address as offices for Harry and Meghan’s Hollywood agent.
It also repeats the couple’s reasoning behind the name of their new foundation The homepage reads: “Arche: Greek word meaning “source of action” Well: a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep.”
Fans can already subscribe for emails about “its activities and initiatives”.
The website gives the address of agent Rick Genow in Hollywood and also shows fans where they can get their updates from.
It was announced back in April that the couple would be launching their charitable endeavour under the name Archewell – which also inspired the name of their son Archie.
But they had a spell of trademarking issues after it was revealed in August that their plans weren’t signed correctly, were “too vague”, and certain fees hadn’t been paid.
The ambitious pair submitted their original plans with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on March 3, but they were told to make changes by August 22, as revealed by The Sun US.
They have ditched their Sussex Royal brand, website and social media handles.
This comes after sources claimed Meghan and Harry will not spend Christmas with the royal family at Sandringham and are “looking forward” to spending it in California.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently living in their new £11m Santa Barbara mansion after stepping back as senior royals in March.
Meghan and Harry are excited about their first American Christmas in California, and will travel to the UK days later.
Recently the Sussexes have caused a stir after commenting on the US presidential election – causing many to call for their royal titles to be stripped.
The royal couple in a Time 100 video special last month told American voters to “reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity.”
Markle said the 2020 presidential election is the “most important election of our lifetime,” seeming to imply that a leadership change is needed.
The Duchess of Sussex added that “when we vote, our values are put into action and our voices are heard,” and that, “your voice is a reminder that you matter, because you do and you deserve to be heard.”
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The couple’s former charity was Sussex Royal[/caption]
The couple named their new organization after their son[/caption]