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Harry and Meghan: what's behind the warning on their website?

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have had their website revised. A warning has recently appeared advising visitors to take a break.

Montecito – A new mission statement appears on the Archewell website, the successor website to “Sussex Royal”, through which Duchess Meghan (40) and Prince Harry (37) control their messages. Apparently, the creators of the site, together with the duke couple, have thought about their image and set up new guidelines for it.
24royal.de * reveals: There is a new warning that advises visitors to go offline after 20 minutes.

“We are happy to have you here, but we pay attention to the screen time”. A pop-up with this message advises visitors to the Archewell website to end the session after 20 minutes. “Why don’t you take a break? We’ll be here, ”continues the automatic message that advises fans of the duke couple to use the digital world in a healthy manner.

The message is an impulse that is in line with the ideologies of one of Archewell’s partners. The Center for Humane Technology stands for turning off persistent online notifications and removing apps that tempt you to spend too much time in front of the screen. She advises you to keep an eye on your own time in front of the screen and, if necessary, to change your habits.

The Archewell Foundation now describes itself as “a global nonprofit that puts compassion into action and empowers and unites communities locally and globally, online and offline.” * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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