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No, Meghan Markle and Harry don’t want to overshadow the Queen


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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry wanted to make sure that the prizes were based on the same model as those distributed by Elizabeth II, but they wanted to set the record straight. The couple has no intention of competing with the British Royal Family on philanthropic awards.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were eager to dot the i’s and cross the t’s. Based in Los Angeles, the couple, who have moved away from the British Royal Family, continue to develop their career plan. The couple, who have now officially launched their Archewell Foundation, intend to invest in the audiovisual sector with a contract signed with Netflix, and would also like to launch a series of awards modelled on those distributed by Queen Elizabeth II (member, officer or commander of the British Empire).

Little Archie’s parents will present decorations to individuals who have made significant achievements in the fields of “charity, education, science, literature, racial justice, gender equity, environmental stewardship, youth empowerment, and mental health”. But beware of those who would see this as a desire to compete with the British Royal Family. In a statement circulated to a number of media outlets, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made it clear that there was no sense of “rivalry” between the monarchy and their philanthropic efforts in the United States.

Any allegation is false

“We look forward to sharing more of the results of Archewell’s work in the coming weeks, but any allegation that this work is intended to rival the British Honours List is false,” said Archewell’s press officer. He also took the opportunity to go back over the official creation of their foundation, which some people consider too long: “the trademark application followed the normal course of procedures for an American trademark, and any allegation is also false”. As a reminder, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had mentioned their Archewell foundation for the first time last April.

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