Prince Harry & Meghan to Launch their Awards Rivalling Queen’s Honors

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle are all set to launch their awards rivaling Queen’s honors. The Royal couple will now honor individual companies and charitable organizations. The Awards will hold under the banner of their Archwell foundation. It’s not clear yet, whether Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will award twice a year like Queen’s honors. The couple, who has earlier this year resigned from their Royal duties, are currently residing at their $14 Million Montecito Mansion in California. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex awards will honor charitable organizations, companies, and individuals who have gone beyond the boundaries. Queen’s honors’ award list includes MBES, CBEs, OBEs, Knighthoods, and commonwealth countries. 

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Resign from Royal Duties

Earlier this year, the Royal couple announced their resignation from the Royal duties. They even left the United Kingdom and moved to California, United States. They bought a $14 Million mansion in Montecito, Los Angles, California. Since then, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are residing over there. The reasons behind their exit from the Royal family aren’t clear, but it seems like the difference between them and other members has boiled up, and after thinking it over for a long-time, they resigned from the Royal duties and left the UK. The couple is now formalizing their independent financial roles. They have come up with an investment in the visual content streaming platform Netflix. The couple is now no longer carrying out their Royal duties and bow; they have launched their awards. 

Prince Harry & Meghan to Launch their Awards Rivalling Queen’s Honours

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have launched their Awards rivaling Queen’s Honors. The couple is going to honor and award companies and charities. They had resigned from the Royal duties earlier this year, and now they will start their award under the banner of Archwell foundation. According to the documents, the couple will award those they feel are promoting a cause, and it is not specified that they must be from the Common Wealth countries.