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Harry and Meghan: they advance in their film projects

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After leaving their royal offices, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle intend to stay in Los Angeles without doing anything. The couple registered a mark to launch various films.

The new career of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is about to embark. After deciding to end their royal functions, the couple moved to Los Angeles with their son, Archie. This place was not chosen at random. Even if the Duchess of Sussex had drawn a line on her career as an artist by marrying the son of Prince Charles, she is determined to continue on this path.

As the Daily Mail reports, Harry and Meghan have filed a trademark for the name of their founding project, Archewell, for “television shows” and “motion pictures”. Thus, the couple is determined to create digital entertainment content, but also a website “containing information in the field of fitness” and a site “presenting information in the field of nutrition, general health and mental health. “

It is therefore through their foundation, which should be “huge” according to a relative of the couple, that lovers want to get started in the production of films. It is not the first time that they have created such a non-profit organization. During their reign, they launched Sussex Royal. Only, now with the Megxit, they no longer have the right to use the word ” royal ”. So they simply decided to start from scratch to create an even bigger foundation that could help many people.

The launch of their foundation has been delayed
Even if the parents of little Archie are very keen to devote themselves to Archewell, its launch has been delayed. For now, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are focused on other big movements, like Black Lives Matter or the fight against coronaviruses. They believe that these are very important causes that deserve to devote time to them. “We are looking forward to launching Archewell when the time is right,” he said. By registering the brand for film projects, there is no doubt that they still think a lot about this foundation.

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