This is historic mail for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. A month after giving up all of their Royal Family commitments as well as all of their royal patronages, Archie’s parents are now working for their own Archewell Foundation. Thus, it is now with the logo of the latter that they sign their letters and no longer with their royal monogram which represented the letters H and M with a crown just above. As evidenced by a letter sent on March 8, by the Sussexes on the occasion of International Women’s Rights Day, to an English school that Meghan had visited last year. In this letter, it is indeed the logo of Archewell which appears in the header. “On this International Women’s Day, in association with the work of our non-profit organization, the Archewell Foundation, we encourage everyone to participate in genuine acts of compassion for the women in their lives and in their community. . ” writes in particular the former actress of Suits in her missive. If the couple decided to abandon their monogram, it is also because they have received many criticisms from their detractors. The latter had pointed out the fact that the couple continues to use this signature after the Megxit.
Meghan and Harry, philanthropists
Since they moved to California, Meghan and Harry have been working on their own. In April 2020, they launched Archewell, their charitable foundation, which as described on the website aims to “lead to systemic cultural change in all communities, one act of compassion at a time.” “Before Sussex Royal, we thought about the word ‘ark’ which in ancient Greek means ‘source of action’, ‘what it all begins with, the origin, the cause.’ We liked this concept very much and found it. quite relevant to the charity we were hoping to someday create. He then inspired us for the name of our son Archie. ” had also explained the spouses at the time of the launch. If this project is still in its early stages, it should make it possible to highlight the causes of the project that are important in the eyes of Meghan and Harry such as feminism, equal opportunities, the fight against racism or the Mental Health.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry © Backgrid UK