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For their Archewell Foundation, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wanted to surround themselves with a solid team. The latest addition to their new empire is Ben Browning, a Hollywood production heavyweight.

Nothing stops Meghan and Harry, determined to prove that they made the right choice by leaving the royal family. After moving to Los Angeles, the Sussexes have been busy making phone calls to build their network. A few weeks ago, they officially announced the creation of the Archewell Foundation, which will highlight causes, initiatives and projects that are close to their hearts. Equal opportunities, mental health, feminism… so many subjects that the Sussex couple are passionate about, and they intend to take advantage of their new independence to make their voices heard.

While they constitute the team that will surround them in their approach, Meghan and Harry have chosen to trust a mastodon of the production in the United States. Ben Browning, who produced the Oscar-nominated film Promising Young Women, will be in charge of content for Archewell Productions and Archewell Audio. A golden opportunity for the producer, who is currently in charge of the artistic direction of the Sussex partnership with Netflix and Spotify. A hiring that allows Sussex to forget the embarrassing resignation of Catherine St Laurent, the director of the foundation, after only eleven months in office

Prince Harry at work!

Prince Harry will have his work cut out for him in the coming months, alongside the Archewell Foundation. The Duke of Sussex has just signed a new contract in the famous Silicon Valley, in the startup BetterUp. A new start for the one who recently admitted to have been completely abandoned financially by his father…. No doubt about it, Meghan and Harry have taken their destiny in hand!

Prince Harry gets a job: a big salary at stake?

If he left the royal family, Prince Harry is not unemployed. The youngest son of Prince Charles and Diana is multiplying contracts and has just landed a job in Silicon Valley with a big salary at stake.

Despite a school career that ended early, Prince Harry has just landed a dream job. Appointed Chief Impact Officer of the startup BetterUp, based in San Francisco and specialized in coaching and mental health, Meghan Markle’s husband signs his first job since he left his functions in the royal family. A first job with a huge salary. According to information from The Sun, if Mr. Alexi Robichaux, CEO of BetterUp, did not want to communicate the salary of Prince Harry, similar roles in other companies in Silicon Valley can count remuneration in seven figures.

The Duke of Sussex, who has never worked in a corporate environment before, will therefore start at the company, which was co-founded in 2013 and is valued at €1.7 billion. “I intend to help create an impact in people’s lives. Proactive coaching offers endless possibilities for personal development, increased awareness and a better life in every way,” said the brother of Prince William. Moreover, he himself was already a user of this application, the equivalent of Tinder in life coaching, and used by managers of companies such as Facebook or Google. Prince Harry joked about it revealing that the initial questionnaire was “a little embarrassing” because being sixth on the throne was not a choice proposed.

Mental health, a subject that the couple takes very seriously

For Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the subject of mental health is very important. While the Duchess of Sussex revealed that she had thought about suicide during their truthful interview with Oprah Winfrey, Harry is co-producing a documentary series on mental health with the American host and producer for Apple TV. The couple also supports the Bell association, dedicated to mental health.

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