Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have launched a new website, Sussex.com, sparking rumors that they are set to resume their media activities. However, their action has already alarmed royal insiders, who believe that the couple's use of titles could provoke a new conflict with the royal family.
"They're going to have a big problem with the use of the Sussexes' titles. It's a royal title, and if there's even the slightest hint of commercialism in it, it will be closed. It's amazing that they don't see how insensitive it is," the insider notes in the conversation. from DailyMail.
Representatives of Harry and Meghan also commented on the situation. "Prince Harry and Meghan are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. That's a fact. That's their name," their office told reporters.
The site will presumably be used to share news about the couple. In addition, they plan to find new projects against the backdrop of last year's failures. Their biographies have already been published on it. Prince Harry is described as a "humanitarian, veteran, mental health advocate and environmental activist", while Meghan Markle is described as a "feminist and champion of human rights and gender equality".
A press release from Meghan Markle’s meeting with women who moved from Afghanistan to the United States also appeared on the website of their Archewell Foundation: as part of The Welcome Project, created in 2023, Meghan Markle held a culinary evening where they prepared Afghan dishes.
Previously, the media discussed a possible reconciliation between Prince Harry and his family after he traveled to the UK after learning about his father’s illness: King Charles III was diagnosed with cancer. He stayed in the UK for only a day: he stayed with the king for 45 minutes (according to media reports, Karl was not too happy to see his son because he wanted to rest), and did not meet his brother Prince William at all and did not visit his wife Kate Middleton, who is recovering from operations.