Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are hoping to establish themselves within the “philanthropy world” through their organisation Archewell, according to a royal commentator. Since leaving the Royal Family in 2020, the couple have signed a multi-million-pound deal with streaming giant Netflix and have announced a number of projects that focus on female empowerment and social justice. Royal expert Nick Bullen said the Sussexes would need to “generate huge amounts of money” in order to build and maintain their reputation as world leaders.
Nick Bullen, the co-founder and editor of True Royalty TV told Fox News: “Clearly they’re making their voices heard in the philanthropy world.
“We’ve been hearing that Meghan is keen for some sort of form of political office.
“I don’t think they’re necessarily courting the celebrity world as one might think. But at the same time, it’s going to cost a lot of money to fund their new lives.
“And I think that’s the big thing now – how are they going to generate huge amounts of money to do what they want to do both personally and professionally?
“How will they do that without relying on their royal statuses?”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex launched their non-profit organisation Archewell in 2020, after it was made clear to them that they could not continue with their foundation Sussex Royal.
According to its official website: “Archewell unleashes the power of compassion to drive change through non-profit work & creative activations.”