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Archewell Website Undergoes A Makeover And Is Now A Sussex Website

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Meghan Markle thinks she can be Queen of Sussex or America by constantly rebranding herself (oh, and her husband… what was his name?). She loves launching websites and buying up domain names. In the last few hours, it has become apparent that the Archewell website has had a drastic makeover is now the Sussex website. Talk about a middle finger to the people who live in Sussex, a place the Sussexes only visited once. Neither of them could locate it on a map.

The Sussex Royal website, like the Archewell domain, redirects to Sussex.com. it gets even better. The crest that is used isn’t Harry and Meghan’s joint crest, it’s Meghan’s coat of arms that she had created before the 2018 wedding.

The question that still remains is, why use just Meghan’s? Why not the joint one to show a united front?

Also, two other websites have been created for the Archewell Foundation, which are now archewell.org and archewellproductions.com. All the stuff on the original Archewell site was moved to the foundation website, while the production site has nothing except a landing page.

Sussex Website Is Trying To Be A Pseudo Royal Website

The Sussex website is trying to be a carbon copy of the royal.uk website. However, Harry and Meghan are the only people mentioned on the website. Archie and Lilibet are mentioned in their profiles but do not have profiles. However, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis do not have profiles on the royal website either, as they’re not working royals yet. So there is that.

Case in point: the Sussexes are so delusional that they think they have their own court in America with Archewell. No one wants anything to do with them.

Other Potential Website Domains

Meghan Markle loves reserving domain names for “trademark or copyright” purposes. She has been doing it for years. Here’s just a sample:

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[Credit: Geo.TV]

We decided to go down a massive rabbit hole after it was announced that the Sussexes had rebranded themselves (again) with sussex.com. Before going on, we must stress that the domains we have found might be owned by someone other than the Sussexes (or just Meghan). These are just combinations we punched into Whois. Also, the ones we put in are all .com websites.

  • royalkids.com (thank you RDF)
  • queenmeghan.com
  • kingarchie.com
  • sussexkids.com
  • ladylilibet.com
  • rachelmeghanmarkle.com
  • archieharrisonwindsor.com
  • lilibetdianamountbattenwindsor.com
  • ladylilidiana.com
  • earlofdumbarton.com
  • tigkids.com
  • archewellaudio.com (redirects to archewell.org)
  • meghanmarkle.com
  • mm.com (not the M&Ms one, which is mms.com)
  • rmm.com
  • waitykatie.com
  • katiekeen.com
  • countessofdumbarton.com
  • presidentmarkle.com
  • archewellfoundation.com

These are just a handful of domains we’ve found. We’ve double and triple checked them with the image above and we’ve made sure that the domains don’t belong to others websites before we added them to the list.

There are likely more than what we’ve found. As we mentioned above, these examples of domains might not even belong to Meghan and Harry. Though, the obvious ones like Tig Kids and anything associated with Archewell likely are. The same applies to the ones with the kids’ names. No one in their right minds would dare reserve domain names with the Sussex children attached.

All this proves is that the Sussexes are scrambling to create a brand of hate against the royal family. They want to be seen as rockstars while the monarchy can’t thrive without them. Well, guess what? The King and the rest of the family are succeeding with the Sussexes.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She prides herself as a truth seeker and will do (almost) anything for coffee or Coke No Sugar. Oh! And food!

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