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They talk about their “delinquent” company.

They talk about their “delinquent” company.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry needed an explanation. Its establishment is listed as “delinquent” in the US Commercial Registry.

Meghan and Harry's company is 'delinquent'. – Corner stone

The basics in a nutshell

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle collect donations.
  • They do this with their Archewell Foundation.
  • But he was in an inclined position.

Now quickly write a few words and publish it…

Prince Harry (39) and Meghan Markle (42) enjoyed the attention in Africa for several days. Members of the royal family, no longer active, traveled to Nigeria. Now they are back in sunny Montecito, Santa Barbara, and trouble awaits them.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle celebrate in Africa. -Environmental Protection Agency

Review: On May 3, the former royal family's foundation, Archewell, received a reminder notice. More precisely, it was addressed to a person named Richard Gino.

Who is this? The star lawyer of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in the USA.

Delivered by California Attorney General Rob Bonta.

The Meghan and Harry Foundation, which they launched in 2020, is said to have not provided the documents. More specifically, Archewell Foundation has reportedly failed to submit its annual registration documents since February 2023.

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In addition, the necessary extension fees are said to no longer be paid.

The warning notice read: “An organization classified as delinquent has arrears in contributions. They may therefore not engage in charitable activities that require registration.

“This includes fundraising and making any donations for charitable purposes.”

Meghan Markle and Harry are in touch

No comment, has been said until today. But now the Archewell Foundation is speaking out.

“We have carefully investigated the situation and can confirm that the Archewell Foundation is fully compliant and in good standing,” the statement read.

“Payments due were made promptly and in accordance with processes and procedures (…).”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle run the Archewell Foundation. – Screenshot of Archewell Foundation

Its text continues: “In addition, all necessary documents were submitted by the institution without errors or misconduct.”

One of Meghan Markle's friends claims to the American “Page Six” website that it was just an unfortunate oversight.

The organization allegedly accidentally lost its check when submitting documents a few months ago…

King Charles has a replacement for Princess Kate

Meanwhile, royal papers are being amended in England. Because Princess Kate (42) is still out of hospital due to her cancer diagnosis.

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Kensington Palace – Princess Kate spoke out about her cancer diagnosis in March.

She has not appeared in public since she announced at the end of last March that she was suffering from cancer. But the royal work must continue.

Princess Beatrice is moving into the spotlight

Now there is news from Buckingham Palace. Princess Beatrice, 35, could take on a bigger role at royal events.

Princess Beatrice and her father, Prince Andrew. You must move to the first royal row. -Chris Jackson/Getty Images

She's not actually a senior member of the royal family. However, according to the Daily Mail, she has been brought into the first row of working royals, at least temporarily. To fill the gap that Princess Kate left behind with her failure.

Buckingham Palace is therefore studying how best to use it. She is expected to meet King Charles III. (75) He will accompany you to important events.