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During the Royally Obsessed podcast, Rachel Bowie and Roberta Fiorito discussed the imminent launch of the Archewell Foundation. Ms Fiorito stated that she excited to see if an Instagram account and more official channels accompany the website. The Archewell website’s homepage went live last week.
Ms Fiorito said: “To see the unveiling of that and if they will have an Instagram account and more official channels to dispense information about what they are doing.
“I believe we are on the cusp, maybe it will hit 2021 but I am very excited.”
Ms Bowie replied: “Same, I saw one story that said when you sign up the email is for you to be alerted to events and opportunities to get involved with what they are doing.
“I think it will be like this insider channel to know what Meghan and Harry are up to.”
Ms Fiorito added: “I am so compelled to participate.”
Earlier this week a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed Archewell is already in full swing despite the lack of an official launch.
The couple were forced to put the official launch of their Archewell Foundation on hold due to the COVID-19 crisis.
A Sussex insider told ELLE.com: “While Archewell hasn’t already had a formal launch, it is still already all of their work—the structure, the events, the research they’re doing, the people that they’re meeting.
“All of the effort they are putting in is within that umbrella.
“Over time, it is going to grow and grow.”
During an interview with Time Magazine’s editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal, the Duchess of Sussex outlined her ambitions for their work.
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Meghan Markle said: “Both of us realised that we can continue to champion these things that we’re passionate about.
“We can continue to do this work to try to effect change and help the people who need it most or the communities or environments that need it most.
“But it’s almost like you’re taking two steps forward and five steps backwards if you can’t get to the root cause of the problem.
“Which at this point right now we see in a large way as a lot of what’s happening in the tech space.”
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