As of April 1, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are no longer senior members of the British Royal House, so they have given up their royal titles. As a result, a few days ago, the Duke of Sussex closed their Instagram account with the name ‘Sussex Royal’ and promised they would return quickly with the name of their new brand.
On Monday, April 6, Harry and Meghan announced the names they will be associated with in all their public actions: the Archewell Foundation.
“Like you, our main concern is to support efforts to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, but since the information was made public, we felt obliged to share how it came about,” the two said. , who also revealed that the name, which also inspired them to choose their son’s first name, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor (11 months), is inspired by ancient Greek, meaning “source of action”.
Last month, the Daily Telegraph tabloid obtained copies of legal documents belonging to the recently established Sussex Dukes of Los Angeles, where they sought US approval to register a new non-profit organization and site.