Prince Harry (39) and Duchess Meghan (42) have given their online presence a makeover. Users can now find all information about the Sussexes on “Sussex.com”. This includes the latest news about the couple, biographies of Harry and Meghan, and links to their organization Archewell Foundation and their production company Archewell Productions. The "Archewell" homepage has adapted to the new "Sussex" site and now works with a blue color scheme instead of a beige background.
The old site "Sussexroyal.com", which dates back to before the couple moved to the USA, now points to the new one and redirects via a link. On the homepage of the new online presence, which according to the website is managed by the "Office of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex," in the background you can see a picture of Harry and Meghan at the closing ceremony last year Invictus Games in Düsseldorf shows. The photo was already used for the couple's last Christmas card.
In the news section, the last article informs about Harry's surprise appearance at the "NFL Honors" gala in Las Vegas, where he presented an award to Cameron Heyward (34) for his social commitment. It says: "Prince Harry has long championed the healing and community-building power of sport. It was an honor for him to present this award and highlight the importance of giving back."
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan founded "Sussex Royal" before formally stepping down from their duties in the British royal family as senior royals at the end of March 2020. The website of her “Archewell” foundation was available from October 2020. Before the launch of their newly planned umbrella organization, Meghan and Harry closed “Sussex Royal” and therefore no longer maintained the website with its Instagram account.
The two are currently preparing for a trip to Canada, where the Invictus Games will take place in Vancouver and Whistler in February 2025. The sporting event for war-disabled soldiers is very important to Harry and Meghan. He launched the games and she officially appeared at his side for the first time at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. Since then, the 42-year-old has regularly accompanied her husband to the event, which took place in Düsseldorf in 2023. The one-year countdown to the 2025 Games officially begins in Whistler.