• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's charity is back
  • A controversy saw the Archewell Foundation look fraudulent
  • THIS has been the response

In a whirlwind turn of events, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Archewell Foundation finds itself back in the spotlight for all the right reasons! Recently flagged as "delinquent" by the California Registry of Charities and Fundraisers, the charity bounced back to "good standing" faster than you can say "royal redemption."

Let's dive into the drama, the quick fix, and what this means for the future of their philanthropic endeavors.

Archewell is back!

Just when the tabloids had a field day over the Archewell Foundation's "delinquent" status, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's charity made a royal comeback! "We're back in good standing, folks!" confirmed the press office for California Attorney General Rob Bonta.

But how did they do it? With a mix of prompt payments and diligent paperwork, proving that even royals have to check their mail.

It appears the drama unfolded over some missing annual reports and renewal fees. "Failing to submit required documents? Not on our watch!" declared an Archewell Foundation spokesperson.

Per the document, "An organization that is listed as delinquent is not in good standing and is prohibited from engaging in conduct for which registration is required, including soliciting or disbursing charitable funds. The organization may also be subject to penalties and its registration may be suspended or revoked by the Registry."

"Once you submit the delinquent record(s), you will be notified of the amount of any late fees that are owed," it continued.

On Tuesday, a source told Fox News Digital that the charity's tax filings were submitted as required. All payments were sent to the Attorney General's Office via tracked mail, and those payments were received on time.

"Archewell Foundation believes that compassion is the defining cultural force of the 21st century and, through its work, Archewell Foundation supports a growing community of partner organizations fueling systematic cultural change. Archewell Foundation listens to people and their communities, helps them to tell their stories, puts real action behind its words, and spotlights a new generation of leadership."

A spokesman for Prince Harry and Meghan said that once Archewell had been notified, a "new cheque has been mailed". This registration problem was not about tax filings, which a spokesman said had been submitted in full and paid on time. The foundation was quick to rectify the oversight, ensuring all dues were paid and paperwork pristine.

A source even spilled the tea to Fox News Digital that a pesky check mishap was to blame but has since been resolved. Talk about a financial faux pas!

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With the paperwork pandemonium behind them, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are free to focus on what they do best: making a global impact.

From promoting mental health among soldiers in Nigeria to championing the Invictus Games, their foundation's mission to "uplift and unite communities" is back on track. And with the world watching, we can't wait to see what compassionate act they'll champion next!