When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got married, they split their household from Prince William and Kate Middleton, and began operating under the "Sussex Royal" brand. They began sharing updates with the world using the handle "SussexRoyal" on Instagram—Meghan, reportedly, would even write the captions—and planned to use a website with that same domain. However, when they stepped down as senior working members of the royal family, they agreed to stop using the "Sussex Royal" moniker.
The last post they shared on their @SussexRoyal account included the message: "While you may not see us here, the work continues. Thank you to this community - for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to the good in the world. We look forward to reconnecting with you soon. You’ve been great!"
Now, it seems as if that reconnecting phase has begun in earnest—they just relaunched their website with the domain sussex.com. The site is serving as a hub for the Archewell Foundation, their Archewell Productions, and news updates about the couple. (There's no social media linked, as neither Harry nor Meghan, nor their foundation, are on social media; and the @sussex handle seems to be in use by someone else.)
In addition, it includes brand-new biographies of both the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. In Harry's bio, it states he "is a humanitarian, military veteran, mental health advocate, and environmental campaigner," and in Meghan's bio, it says she "is a feminist and champion of human rights and gender equity," and "a major advocate for mental health, family care, and gender equity."
The new website comes just days before Harry and Meghan are set to travel to Canada to celebrate one year to go until the 2025 Invictus Games.
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