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February 14, 2024

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle Blasted Over Using Royal Titles on Website

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's latest venture marks another chapter in their journey of forging their own path beyond the confines of traditional royal duties.

Despite stepping back from their roles within the monarchy, the couple continues to make waves with their philanthropic efforts and entrepreneurial pursuits.

The launch of sussex.com claims to serve as a testament to their ongoing commitment to effecting positive change in the world, but not everyone is happy with the title attributed to the well-known couple.

Through the Archewell Foundation and Archewell Productions, the effort is designed to make meaningful contributions to various causes and amplify voices that might otherwise go unheard, according to the organization.

While the website's inclusion of their royal titles and insignias may draw criticism from some quarters, it also underscores the enduring significance of their heritage and the platform it affords them to drive change.

For Meghan Markle, the expansion into podcasting with Lemonada Media represents yet another avenue to engage with audiences and explore important topics.

Her decision to distribute her previous series "Archetypes" to podcast platforms indicates a desire to reach a wider audience and foster meaningful conversations.

Markle's partnership with powerhouse agency WME signals a strategic move towards diversifying their portfolio and exploring new opportunities beyond the realm of acting.

With a focus on film and television production, brand partnerships, and business-building, the couple is poised to make a significant impact in various sectors.

Despite the challenges and scrutiny they face, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle remain undeterred in their pursuit of creating positive change and leveraging their platform for good.

As they continue to navigate the complexities of their post-royal lives, their latest move has sparked heated responses from online users frustrated with the couple's entitlement and behaviors.

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