Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have today been criticised after revealing some of the details of their plans to launch a new not-for-profit foundation, with one royal watcher describing it as ‘the worst possible timing’. The couple last night said they ‘look forward’ to getting started with the foundation, named Archewell, which will replace their Sussex Royal brand. But royal biographer Phil Dampier has described the reveal of the details, which came as Prime Minister Boris Johnson was moved into intensive care with coronavirus, as ‘appalling timing’. The details were revealed after the Telegraph uncovered that The Sussexes had filed paperwork to trademark Archewell in the United States last month. The trademark covers educational material, books and downloadable articles, as well pens, pencils, paperclips and clothing items, including tops, dresses and skirts. The couple say they were ‘compelled’ into making the announcement last night. It was coincidentally revealed just hours after fans took to Twitter to launch the hashtag ‘ArchieDay’ to celebrate the first birthday of the couple’s son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, with a global campaign to raise money for ‘vulnerable children impacted by coronavirus’. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (pictured above) announced yesterday they will be launching a new foundation, named… Read full this story
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