Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are online once again.
The couple have now launched the official website for the Archewell Foundation, their non-profit founded earlier this year. The launch coincided with the Duke and Duchess's TIME100 Talks episode that aired on Tuesday, according to Hello!.
Prince Harry & Meghan Markle launch new Archewell website
The new website—which you can visit at Archewell.com—displays a minimal design with only a homepage, for now. It offers a two-part definition of the foundation name, Archewell, reading:
- Arche (/rki/; Ancient Greek: ): (n.) — Greek word meaning "source of action"
- Well (/wel/): (n.) — a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep
Archewell also encourages visitors to sign up for its email list, where you can be kept up to date on foundation activities and initiatives. It likewise provides contact details based out of Los Angeles, California.
Harry and Meghan's website follows TIME100 Talks episode
Tuesday's website launch came alongside Harry and Meghan's hosting of a TIME100 Talks special on improving our online experiences. Ahead of the episode, TIME referenced Archewell, writing that the talk "reflects a foundational element of The Duke and Duchess’ nonprofit Archewell – building online communities that are more compassionate, safe, and trustworthy."
Harry and Meghan founded the Archewell Foundation in the aftermath of their stepping down as senior royals. Their deal with the Queen required them to no longer use HRH titles, so their former SussexRoyal foundation was shutdown in early 2020. SussexRoyal.com is still live today, but it's latest update dates to January.