Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Take Final Step To Breakaway Royal Family

Carla Harmon
July 5, 2020

Now that the couple is independent from the royal family, they will look for ways to earn a living.

Meghan Markle may believe her 2018 wedding to Prince Harry brought in $1.2 Billion (£1 Billion) in tourism revenue to Great Britain, but an anti-monarchy group claims that in fact, the royal nuptials wound up costing more money than disclosed. Given the COVID-19 lockdown, the duo has been indoors mostly with the paparazzi spotting the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepping out a handful of times.

Royal expert Katie Nicholl says Archie "is just about walking" now.

Harry and Meghan - who have themselves come under fire over their use of private jets - will be concentrating on how the travel industry can recover from the coronavirus crisis, the source said. "I think she is likely to be feeling extremely low and probably struggling".

'I spoke to someone who had been sent a video of Archie a few weeks back, ' she explained just a few weeks before Archie's first birthday in May. They really do love that family time and they've had a lot of that recently'. "They are both very grateful for the time they have had at home with Archie, seeing him reach all those milestones". However, it has been revealed that it isn't their permanent home.

In the recent round of the Sussexes' filings, Harry and Meghan have applied trademark the foundation for "television shows" and "motion picture films", according to Daily Mail columnist Richard Eden. While they have closed their royal charity, they will be focusing on their new philanthropic organisation called Archewell.

The Telegraph stated the couple do not plan to make any "public announcements" about the organization "for the foreseeable future" and will not engage in any "official Archewell projects until next year".

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