Meghan Markle and Prince Harry after facing multiple challenges in their financial endeavour, now finally launched their new website Sussex.com on Monday.
The site contained all the latest news about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as it featured their bios and it also included the link of their Archwell Foundation Organization and the Archwell Production hub.
On the landing page, the snap of Prince Harry and Meghan was displayed, captured during the Invictus Game closing ceremony held in Germany in September 2023.
In the image, both radiated their joys as they were widely beaming and applauding.
"The office of Prince Harry & Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex," the text written beneath the heraldic badge on the main page.
According to the website, the latest update is Prince Harry attended the NFL Honours in Las Vegas on Thursday, during the event he offered the alter Payton NFL Man of the Year to Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Cameron Heyward.
As per the page, it is noted, "Prince Harry has long advocated for the power of sport for healing and building community. He was honored to present this award and highlight the importance of giving back."
It is pertinent to mention that their previous website, SussexRoyal.com, land the users to the new website address as the message reads on the extinct webpage, "This site was established in 2020 and sets out the work streams of Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex prior to their move to the United States. To learn more about the Royal couple and their philanthropic endeavours, click here."
This new venture of Harry and Meghan came after their multiple setbacks as they are facing challenges in securing new deals after fallout with Spotify and Netflix.
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