Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have now launched their Archewell website. On the page reads a letter for 2021 noting their goals and ambitions for
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have now launched their Archewell website. On the page reads a letter for 2021 noting their goals and ambitions for the year. Royal experts of Royal Rota, Chris Ship and Lizzie Robinson, discussed the couple’s letter and lack of mention of Prince Charles.
Ms Robinson admitted it was strange the pair did not mention Prince Charles, despite both Meghan and Harry mentioning their mothers.
Mr Ship agreed it was odd and noted it had sparked a debate among royal fans.
He said: “Yes, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have money coming in, they have got the financial independence.
“We kind of know what they are doing with the money, well some of the money.”
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Ms Robinson added: “The website has gone live and with that, there was this letter for 2021.
“We know that Archewell is all about building a better world, one act of compassion at a time, they say.”
Mr Ship noted the Duke and Duchess’ choice of image on their website has divided fans and caused significant debate.
He said: “There is Meghan with her mother and there is Harry with his mum.
She said: “The letter starts off ‘I am my mother’s son and I am our son’s mother, together we bring you Archewell.’
“That is coupled with those two images at the top of the page.
“The first thing that strikes you is, I don’t think it is surprising that she hasn’t mentioned Thomas Markle given everything that has happened over the last few years.
“But it did strike me as particularly odd that there was no mention of Prince Charles.
“Particularly given his support of the couple and you can think back to the wedding when he walked Meghan down the isle.
“You can think of the support in their transition, financial support for their new life.
“For him to not be included at all did strike me as strange, it did stand out.”