Several official documents relate to the dissolution of Meghan and Harry’s Sussex Royal Foundation, as well as a generous donation of over €220,000 from an unknown donor.
But what are Meghan and Harry planning? A new twist around the couple: their Sussex Royal Foundation has been gone for a few days, as revealed in official documents published by the Daily Mail.
As a reminder, the Sussex family no longer had permission to use their “Sussex Royal” trademark since their official departure from the royal family on April 1st. While the foundation seemed to be asleep, several actions are now calling for action.
Documents available on the net indicate that “the name of the charity should be changed to MWX Foundation”. Moreover, we learn that the Sussex Royal Foundation had £99,000 in its account and that a tidy sum of £200,000 (over €220,000) had been paid by an unknown person.
The mystery surrounding the person who paid £200,000 remains intact and raises questions. A source told the English site that it could be a donor who would make periodic payments to Archie’s parents’ foundation.
But who is MWX?
This is not the first time the MWX brand has been linked to the couple. Indeed, Meghan and Harry established MWX Trading Ltd in August 2019, appointing their lawyer Gerrard Tyrrell as secretary and Natalie Campbell, who worked for their Sussex Royal Charitable Foundation, as director.
Prince William Duke of Cambridge And Kate Middleton’s growing interest in Companies House has led them to register with Companies House and have already used the company for a few projects around the business. Now it remains to be seen what they have in mind.
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