Meghan Markle has seemingly wanted to quit the royal family even while she was pregnant with her son, Archie.
According to Daily Mail, eight days after the Duchess of Sussex announced that she was expecting her first child with Prince Harry, she started creating an American foundation inspired by the young royal.
Her long-time business manager in the United States, Andrew Meyer, registered two websites on Oct. 23, 2018. One of the websites is listed as archefoundation.org while the other one was listed as archefoundation.com.
A few days later, an Instagram account with the same username was created. The account is currently inactive, but its only follower is Markle’s good friend, Janina Gavankar.
The “Mysteries of Laura” star is very close to the Duchess of Sussex. In fact, Gavankar came to Markle’s defense after rumors swirled that they edited their e-card for Christmas.
On her Instagram account, Gavankar revealed that she was also the one who took the Sussexes’ Christmas photo.
“So proud to have taken the Christmas photo for one of my best friends and her family. Here’s the original that was sent out (cropped to fit IG). ...and to The Mail, I see your campaign against my friend continues.
Nice photoshop of my non-photoshopped image. Now may we all get back to the spirit of Christmas and not the spirit of maliciousness,” she wrote.
Meanwhile, the name of Markle’s American foundation shares similarities with the name of her and Prince Harry’s son. However, spelling lacks the letter “I.”
Arche, on the other hand, comes from the Ancient Greek philosophical term that means beginning or origin, which is also perfect for Markle. Prince Harry’s wife is reportedly fond of Greek words, and there are claims that Archie’s name was derived from the word Archon, which means leader in Greek.
In related news, Archie will be spending most of his growing up years in Canada after Prince Harry and Markle quit the royal family.