Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has been very active in doing social work. Even when she was pregnant with baby Archie, the actress went out for many charities. She was a part of The Royal Foundation as well but recently her name was removed from the website and so was her husband Prince Harry’s.
This happened only after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex started off their own charity foundation. On the website of the Royal Foundation, Prince Harry’s name has been removed from the founder even though it was collectively founded by Prince William and Harry in 2009. It is only Kate Middleton’s name who is being credited for ‘driving forward the work’ which initially also included Meghan’s name.
Not just that, Meghan’s charity project – Together: Our Community Cookbook and other projects like The Invictus Games have also been removed from the Programmes section of the site. Reports by Mail Online suggest that the site now lists programmes in five different categories, including Conservation and and Mental Health. However, Empowering Communities, which highlighted Meghan’s work on female empowerment, has been removed.
Earlier, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also moved out of their Kensington Palace. They are now set up in Frogmore Cottage. The two now run a Sussex Royal charity foundation under which they are doing their royal tours. Now, this removal of names suggests that the fallout rumours of the Royal brothers might actually be true.
Back in May, the announcement of the split of the Royal foundation was made. At that time, a statement was released, that read, “Both couples will continue to work together on projects in the future, including on The Foundation’s mental health program, Heads Together,” as reported by Fox News.