That Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to launch a charitable organization named Archewell, said the couple.
Prince Harry and Meghan said they “hoped” to launch the foundation, which would replace their Sussex Royal brand, with plans reportedly covering their own charity as well as a website.
They also revealed the Greek word in the project, Arche – which means the source of action – was the inspiration behind the name of their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
Further details about the organization, first reported in the Daily Telegraph, have been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and announcements will be made “when the time is right”, the pair said.
The newspaper reported that documents about their new brand were filed in the US last month and the couple were considering how to make their own charitable and voluntary services.
The plan also includes an extensive website and shares “educational and training material” through films, podcasts and books, according to the newspaper.
Responding to the Telegraph, the dukes and dukes said that they focused their efforts on the coronavirus pandemic but felt “compelled” to reveal the details of the effort.
“Like you, our focus is on supporting efforts to overcome the global Covid-19 pandemic but faced with this information that emerges, we feel compelled to share stories about how this happened,” the couple said.
“Before SussexRoyal, the idea of Arche – a Greek word meaning the source of action. We are connected to this concept for a charitable organization that we hope to build one day, and that is the inspiration for our son’s name. To do something meaningful, do something important.
“Archewell is a name that combines ancient words for power and action, and other names that generate inner resources that we must use together. We hope to launch Archewell when the time is right. “
The couple moved to Los Angeles with Archie’s baby begin their new lives after they are forced to choose between financial freedom or remain as members of the working royal family.
They were made to release their Sussex Royal brand after the Queen and senior officials were said to have ordered them to stop using the word “kingdom”.
Last week, they bowed out of the royal family with the latest post on their official Sussex Royal Instagram account, which will now remain inactive along with their website.
The pair has postponed announcing a new Instagram handle and brand, with spokespersons saying they want to focus on staying on the global response to the coronavirus pandemic.
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