Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry want to achieve a lot with their Archewell Foundation, but the longed-for success has not yet materialized.
Montecito – Since retiring from the British royal family and abandoning their royal duties, Prince Harry (37) and Duchess Meghan (40) have invested most of their time in their heart project. As reported by 24royal.de *, the two founded the Archewell Foundation in April 2020, which wants to strengthen communities and above all relies on compassion.
Meghan and Harry: bitter setback for their Archewell Foundation
As a non-profit foundation that wants to promote cultural change, Archewell also depends on financial support. Meghan and Harry are aware of this and therefore regularly call for donations, whether for the birth of their daughter Lilibet Diana * (7 months) or for the birthday of their son Archie * (2). However, their commitment does not seem to have been crowned with great success, as a look at their now published tax return suggests.
The Sussexes’ tax records, which are available to the British Daily Mail, show that Archewell raised less than 50,000 US dollars, the equivalent of around 44,000 euros, in its first year of establishment. A sum that looks manageable, especially in terms of the legal fees for Prince Harry * and Duchess Meghan *.
Meghan and Harry: Legal fees devour thousands of euros
Between June 2020 and June 2021, Meghans and Harry’s British charity Sussex Royal (later name: MWX Foundation), according to the Daily Mail, spent at least 55,000 US dollars, the equivalent of around 49,000 euros, on legal fees. After moving to the USA, the Royal dropouts initiated the dissolution of the organization and fully concentrated on building up their company Archewell *. * 24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.
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