- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's website has officially launched under the name they spoke about in April
- Archewell.com is intended to help the couple's nonprofit organisation of the same name
- The Royals have yet to announce what type of projects they will be taking on with the new non-profit organisation
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Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex have officially launched their new website - Archewell. The royals announced the name of the website in April of this year and it has finally gone live.
According to the couple, the name Archewell predates the birth of their son, Archie, and has to do with the Greek word "arche" meaning a "source of action" and the word "well", meaning an abundant source or supply.
The website currently features a simple home page which allows users to sign up with their email address to receive email updates.
News24 reported that the royals said the meaning of Archewell combines an "ancient word for strength and action with another that evokes the deep resources we must draw upon." According to HaparsBazaar the website is intended to help boost the couple's non-profit organisation of the same name.
The Royals have yet to confirm what type of projects they have planned for their NPO. Many Twitter users have announced that they have already subscribed to the website. A tweet by a fan account announced the launching of the website.
Take a look at some of the responses below:
"Subscribed. This launch is a beautiful milestone."
"Finally Archewell is here! Done subscribing."
"Just subscribed, I'm so excited!!!"
"God Bless Big H & M as they start on this new endeavour."
@ceciliaoni quote tweeted:
"Finally Archewell is here!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the couple when they spoke about baby Archie and life during the pandemic. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently shared some intimate details about their life during the lockdown while in an interview with Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai.
The interview was held in light of International Day of the Girl Child. During the live chat interview, Meghan shared with Malala that she thought that the coronavirus pandemic was robbing young girls of their right to education as well as their childhood.
She also emphasised on the value educated young girls can have in their community. Prince Harry added that young girls have a big impact on climate change, saying that giving young girls the education they need can help them defer climate change, which is critical in helping the world as a whole become "less susceptible to disaster."
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