Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Nonprofit Website Gets a Noteworthy Makeover

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s nonprofit is getting a makeover.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Archewell nonprofit website has a redesign, Daily Mail reported.

The original version that launched in October of 2020 featured a photo of young Prince Harry with mother Princess Diana, along with a letter in which he wrote, “I am my mother’s son.”

That landing page has now changed, replaced with a current photo of Harry and Meghan wearing face masks while handing out meals to someone in a car.

The new look for the couple’s nonprofit could confirm royal source allegations last year that Prince William was concerned that his brother Harry “appeared to be exploiting his mother’s iconic status,” via the outlet.

“I think William will be slightly worried if Harry uses Diana for any of his charitable or commercial ventures without consulting him, and I don’t think he would be happy if Harry appears to be exploiting his mother’s iconic status,” said royal expert Phil Dampier last year.

“It’s also very significant that Harry called himself his ‘mother’s son’ but has made no mention of Prince Charles. William is very much following now in his father’s footsteps with his environmental and conservation work.”

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Updated: February 28, 2021 — 5:13 pm

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