Meghan Markle news: Queen told to strip Meghan and Harry’s titles after Charles snub | Royal | News (Reports)


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex set out their goal to “build a better world” as they effectively launched the website of their non-profit organisation Archewell. On the homepage of the Archewell website is a picture of Diana, Princess of Wales with son Harry on her shoulders, while in another monochrome image a young Meghan stands as her mother Doria Ragland crouches down to hug her daughter. This resulted in many commentators criticising the couple for not including Prince Charles in the picture, despite his own charitable efforts including him setting up the Prince’s Trust to help vulnerable people. 

Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan claimed the message was “shameful” and called for the Queen to remove their titles when their 12-month royal review since stepping down as senior royals arrives in March.

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Out of the 25,488 people who voted, a staggering 23,506 (92 percent) voted yes.

Only 1,683 (seven percent) readers were against this.

And 299 people (one percent) were not sure.

One person wrote: “The USA might enjoy have a Duke and Duchess living on their shores for the novelty of it.

“However, when the true cost of their upkeep surfaces, they might think differently.

“Monarchy and Hollywood stars are not the same thing.”

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“We believe in the best of humanity. Because we have seen the best of humanity.

“We have experienced compassion and kindness, From our mothers and strangers alike.

“In the face of fear, struggle and pain, it can be easy to lose sight of this.

“Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we can choose to put compassion in action.

“We invite you to join us. As we work to build a better world. One act of compassion at a time.”

Archewell is expected to focus on the critical issues the couple have been championing during the pandemic and before – racial justice, gender equity, climate change, mental health, online hate speech and empowering diverse voices.

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The foundation’s partnership with a range of academic and tech organisations will include financial support.

Archewell’s press secretary said: “Founded earlier this year by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Archewell uplifts communities through non-profit partnerships and creative activations.

“It’s a place where compassion matters, communities gather, and storytelling is the engine.

“The website has been updated to reflect the work Archewell has undertaken throughout 2020 and to create a place for people and communities around the world to share their stories.”


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