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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revamped their website,, and renamed it The updated site features a smiling portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the 2023 Invictus Games, along with two biography pages and a news page. The latest news item shows Prince Harry presenting the NFL Man of the Year award to Pittsburgh Steelers’ defensive tackle Cameron Heyward.

About Page:

The About page on the website states that “The Office of Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex is shaping the future through business and philanthropy.” This includes their foundation, production house, patronages, ventures, and organizations that receive their support individually or together.

Original Brand Name:

The original brand name Archewell, inspired by their son Archie, is still present on the websites for their production house and charity foundation.


The couple’s previous website now redirects users to the upgraded edition, with a pop-up message explaining that the old site was established in 2020 and outlined their work streams before their move to the United States.

Media Speculation:

British media and columnists are speculating about the nature of the updated site and the type of content the couple will offer. The Duke and Duchess have often been in the spotlight for broaching subjects that have been stigmatized within the royal family.

Content Creation Journey:

Prince Harry and Meghan have been actively creating content for years, including several book releases (such as Prince Harry’s bestselling memoir Spare), the Netflix docuseries Harry and Meghan, and an upcoming documentary with the streaming platform. Their lucrative podcast deal with Spotify ended in mid-2023, but Meghan’s award-winning podcast Archetype is reportedly continuing on another platform.