Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to make their very own “honours list” through their charitable initiatives. Guess through what! Through their most new initiative named after their son Archie Harrison.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex have innumerable foundations and charitable initiatives; among them is their newest initiative Archewell foundation. The Sun claims that Meghan and Harry would carry on their rival scheme against the Queen through the help of this foundation named and honoured after their son, Archewell foundation.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to celebrate
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wish to celebrate and enjoy their charitable services, literature, racial justice, environmental stewardship, mental health, youth empowerment, science, gender equity, and education.
The Sun mocked up a snowflake gong
The Sun reported that Meghan and Harry are to make their own honours list calling them Woke Couple. Along with it, they have also mocked up a snowflake medal, with which they will be rewarded if their firms win a chance of getting approvals.
US government on Legal Papers
Meghan and Harry in California went to lawyers to trademark for Arche-well foundation. An application was applied in March for permission to get the trademark. However, The US Government Lawyers had firmly dismissed their application calling it to be “Vague” and Not Signed. Harry and Meghan hence were given another six months to resubmit the application, otherwise, it will be marked Dead. The royal couple’s lawyers have filed documents clarifying in the eleventh hour. The application and documents are under review now.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry answers the claims to be false
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry now have taken their turns to clarify that all the claims about making up their own Honors list are fake. They have no intentions to make their own honours list to be a rival against the Queen.
Meghan and Harry also took their jibe on the Sun for claiming that the US government has dismissed their papers for Arche-well foundations for being Vague and not signed. Me Holness had spoken to the Vanity Fair, that their Trademark application has gone through very normal course procedures. Other claims are false, said firmly.