Here's Why Meghan and Harry Allegedly Split from Kate and William’s Royal Foundation
Reportedly, penned down note from the Royal Foundation website corroborated the news of a possible split in the management and control of its affairs between the Royals.
While the Duchess and Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle, will be parting ways with the Duchess and Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton on the running of the Royal Foundation, they still claim they will be working cooperatively for the greater good of the organization.
Information concerning the new structure was spelt out in the note that read:
"...the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will establish their new charitable foundation with transitional operating support from the Royal Foundations. Both couples will continue to work together on projects in the future. These changes are designed to best compliment the work and responsibilities of their Royal Highnesses as they prepare for their future role...They are especially proud to have established a foundation that has had, and will continue to have significant long-lasting effects."
They all have advanced for a worthy and credible cause under the canopy of the foundation. Even though they will be under different umbrellas, all four of them intend to work hand in hand and are seemingly on good standing as opposed to some rumors permeating the media, on how frosty the split may affect their relationship.
While the Sussex' are looking towards threading the common path of dispensing their duties under a new foundation, to make the world a better place; they also put more than enough into family matters.
The couple who newly welcomed baby Archie recently celebrated each other on both Mother's and Father's day. In May, their Instagram page posted an emotional message in honor of all mothers.
Baby Archie sure has one of the loveliest parents any baby could wish for. What's more? He's blue-blooded. No wonder his christening will be "highly significant."
According to the Royal representative, Richard Fitzwilliams, the event is set to be held in July in the same church where his parents exchanged vows. The young chap will be adorned in a replica gown which was commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1841 and worn by over 60 blue-blooded babies.
Speaking of which, fashion business for the royal women is no joke! Mama Archie and Kate Middleton are excellent examples. They always bring on their A-game when it comes to rocking peculiar outfits.
Consequently, their passion for dressing uniquely has orchestrated a bit of traffic online for requests of the same pieces they style in. Who wouldn't want a royal look?