The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have shared photos from their childhood, together with their moms, on their newly-relaunched web site for non-profit ‘Archewell’. According to a report in The Independent, the web site was first launched in October 2020 with only a touchdown web page. “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,” the web site reads.
Now, the royals have additionally shared the images — two black-and-white ones of Meghan hugging her mom Doria Ragland, and Prince Harry sitting on the shoulders of his late mom, Princess Diana. The couple has additionally penned a word ‘A Letter for 2021’, which reads: “I am my mother’s son. I am our son’s mother. Together we bring you Archewell. We believe in the best of humanity. Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness from our mothers and strangers alike. In the face of fear, struggle and pain, it can be easy to lose sight of this. Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we can choose to put compassion in action.”
“We invite you to join us as we work to build a better world, one act of compassion at a time,” the letter concludes, together with the couple’s signatures.
The duke and duchess have additionally now up to date the remainder of the web site. It exhibits pages for his or her newly-formed Archewell Audio, which is in collaboration with Spotify. They additionally launched their first podcast episode earlier this week, whereby the world heard child Archie converse for the primary time. The 18-month-old wished listeners “Happy New Year”, in a “slight American accent”.
LISTEN TO HIM OMG 🥺🥺🥺 pic.twitter.com/qogJWD1foz
— lacey (@__mrswrigs) December 29, 2020
“Archewell uplifts communities through non-profit partnerships and creative activations. It’s a place where compassion matters, communities gather, and storytelling is the engine,” Archewell’s press secretary mentioned in a press release, per The Independent report. “The website has been updated to reflect the work Archewell has undertaken throughout 2020 and to create a place for people and communities around the world to share their stories.”