The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are back in business and have quietly launched a new website.
SussexRoyal.com now redirects users to the new Sussex.com, which features biographies of Prince Harry, 39, and Meghan Markle, 42, as well as links to their organizations Archewell Foundation and Archewell Productions.
The foundation’s website also got a makeover, to coordinate with the navy and beige theme of the new hub.
In addition, the Sussex.com site offers a news tab that summarizes the couple’s achievements. The most recent entry is an article in which Harry introduces NFL Man of the Year Walter Payton to Pittsburgh Steelers defensive tackle Cameron Heyward at the NFL Honors.
Visitors who log in to the old URL are greeted with a pop-up message stating: “This site was created in 2020 and features the workflows of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex before their move in the USA. . To learn more about the royal couple and their philanthropic efforts, click here.
Their coat of arms appears at the top of the homepage with text below reading: “The office of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
A photo of the couple smiling and applauding at the 2023 Invictus Games serves as the backdrop for the homepage. This is the same image they used for their holiday card last year.
Harry’s online biography calls him a “humanitarian, military veteran, mental health advocate and environmental activist.” He also boasts about his explosive 2023 memoir, “Spare.”
“The Duke is the New York Times bestselling author of “Spare,” a memoir of his life told with compassion, vulnerability and unflinching honesty. “Spare” was the best-selling non-fiction book in the publishing industry, selling more than 1.4 million copies on its first day of publication,” the biography reads.
Markle’s bio, which is significantly longer than Harry’s, identifies her as “a feminist and champion of human rights and gender equality.” He also mentions his role in the “hit series ‘Suits'” as well as other creative endeavors.
“She has written for a number of publications and created the lifestyle website “The Tig”. The Duchess of Sussex guest edited British Vogue in July 2019, which was the best-selling copy in the magazine’s history,” her biography reads.
Both biographies refer to their two children as “Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet” despite Harry and Meghan stepping down as senior members of the royal family in 2020.
X-rated fans have slammed Harry and Meghan for flattering each other on the website.
A wrote, “Um, these two morons realize they’re not ‘Sussex’, right?” The nerve of buying Sussex.com and including a royal crest, even though they hate the royal family, is ridiculous.
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s office “Grandiose, arrogant and selfish,” another user wrote. “If this is not an attempt to pre-empt their planned removal from the royal family website (and other actions), it should be the catalyst to do so. Continue.
Others praised the couple for the makeover, with just one person in writing“Meghan describes all the work she has done throughout her life. I am so proud of her for doing this. She is taking control of her life. She doesn’t owe anyone anything and she wants you to know that yes, his children are in fact a prince and a princess.
“Sussex.com is going to make a lot of people cry and I’m here for it. However, I am very proud of Harry and Meghan, who do things their way and are some of the best people working for them. Onwards and upwards! 2024 is our year to celebrate them! another job.
A third person praises the site for a “modern, fresh and concise” look.
Online overhaul comes as royal expert and author Ingrid Seward claims Prince William is ‘upset’ by Harry’s 24-hour visit to London to see their cancer-stricken father, King Charles III.
“William would be upset that Harry has once again chosen to make this visit to see his father a public relations opportunity,” Seward told The Sun.
“As far as William is concerned, he has absolutely no interest in speaking to Harry until Harry acts like a gentleman and apologizes for the years of rudeness and insults he directed at William and the Princess of Wales.”
Markle did not join Harry for the brief visit. Harry met Charles at Clarence House, but did not reunite with William.
The red-headed royal was apparently in a hurry to get back to the United States, attending the NFL Honors in Las Vegas on Thursday. The surprise appearance sparked rumors that he and Markle might have attended Super Bowl LVIII, but Page Six reported that the duo skipped the big game to prepare for a trip to Canada for a celebration marking one year before the Games Invictus of 2025.
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