King Charles to ban Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s future Sussex trips – After Lost cheque blames for Royal charity funds

King Charles does not want Prince Harry and Meghan Markle near Comlonwealth

King Charles is reportedly taking measures to have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle barred from making Commonwealth visits.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who recently made a successful visit to Nigeria, will be stopped from going on further unofficial trips.

Royal expert Tom Quinn reveals: “King Charles is in a terrible bind – he would love to strip Meghan and Harry of their royal titles, but fears this will look vindictive.

“On the other hand, he has to find a way to put a stop to any future trips by Harry and Meghan to other commonwealth countries. That has now become his number one priority.”

Tom then added that the King should”try to block any further invitations to the wayward couple”.

He said: “The ultimate fear for King Charles and William is that Meghan’s rebelliousness actually ends up making her more appealing than the understated members of official team royal.

“That’s why she always makes a point of holding Harry’s hand for the cameras, something she knows Willam and Kate would never do,” Tom noted.

A spokesman for the couple says all the charity documents were filed on time, but the required cheque appears not to have been received.
It has been re-sent so the issue will be “quickly resolved”, says Archewell.
Until then Archewell is not allowed to operate as a charity.

It warns that the process for being on the “registry of charities and fundraisers” has not been completed and as such Archewell cannot carry out charitable activities, such as “soliciting or disbursing charitable funds”.
The charity, which gave grants of $1.2m (£960,000) last year, says that a cheque sent alongside registration information was not received by the California authorities, triggering the “delinquency” notice.
A spokesman for Prince Harry and Meghan said that once Archewell had been notified, a “new cheque has been mailed”.
This registration problem was not about tax filings, which a spokesman said had been submitted in full and paid on time.
Tax filings for 2022, published last year, showed Archewell had holdings of $11m (£9m) and made donations including $100,000 (£80,000) for the Halo Trust, a mine-clearing charity once supported by Princess Diana.
Other funded projects included $200,000 (£160,000) for a “gender justice” project in Washington, $125,000 (£100,000) for a civil-rights charity and $100,000 (£80,000) for a project promoting responsible use of technology.
Archewell was founded when Prince Harry and Meghan moved to the US and stepped down from being working royals.
Earlier this year there was an overhaul of the couple’s operation, with a new website, under the title of the Office of Prince Harry and Meghan.
The couple have just completed a visit to Nigeria, following celebrations in the UK to mark the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games.


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