Running the foundation took Meghan Markle and Prince Harry MORE than they managed to collect! “They spent over 55 THOUSAND DOLLARS on legal fees”

Soon it will be two years since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry they gave up their royal duties and went to California in search of “ordinary” life. Although, contrary to what was announced, they live like real stars, living in a million dollar villa and giving interviews, unchanging promote themselves as dedicated social activists.

After moving to the United States, the Sussexs they even set up a foundationwhich they named after their son. Archewell replaced their previous organization Sussex Royalwhich they gave up due to the ban Queen Elizabeth II. After Megxit, they were forced to cease all activities under the banner of the royal family.


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Despite certainly sincere intentions, the parents’ foundation Archie and Lilibet does not work well. The Daily Mail managed to get to the documents from which it appears that Archewell raised less money in its first year of operation than Meghan and Harry’s lofty legal fees related to the Sussex Royal dissolution …


According to data from the IRS (US tax agency), the organization of the former princely couple in 2020 gathered less than $ 50,000. And they spent several thousand dollars more on lawyers dealing with the liquidation of the previous foundation.

Papers for their UK charity Sussex Royal, which changed its name to the MWX Foundation in 2020 and is now disbanded, show that Between June 2020 and June 2021, more than $ 55,000 was spent on legal feesincluding legal costs related to the closure of a non-profit organization – gives the tabloid.

Moreover, the information obtained by the “Daily Mail” shows that funds from the former Sussex organization … did not go to Archewell’s account:

UK Companies House documents show that the now defunct British charity had in its accounts in 2020 over 380,000 dollars. However, the money was not transferred to her sister organization in the USA. (…) At least $ 55,600 was spent on lawyers, including about $ 35,000 on Harbottle & Lewis and $ 20,600 on an unidentified law firm – we read.


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