Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan Quietly Relaunch Their Official Website

Harry and Meghan have an official website again.

Sussex.com, which launched today, encapsulates the couple’s charitable and business endeavors, with both the nonprofit Archewell Foundation and for-profit Archewell Productions linked in the footer.

“The Office of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, is shaping the future through business and philanthropy,” the new site’s about page reads. “This includes: the Archewell Foundation, Archewell Productions, patronages, ventures, and organizations which receive the support of the couple, individually and/or together.”

The home page currently features a photo of the two of them clapping and smiling at the closing ceremonies of the 2023 Invictus Games, the same portrait used for their 2023 Christmas card.

SussexRoyal.com, Harry and Meghan’s official website when they were senior members of the British royal family, now opens with a pop-up message linking to the new site.

When the couple announced their plan to step back as senior members of the royal family in 2020, they agreed to eschew the use of the word royal in their nonprofit work or any future branding, due to prohibitions set by a U.K. government rule. In addition to the closure of the SussexRoyal.com website, they also shut down their official social media accounts, which used the same name.

The @sussexroyal Instagram account’s last post—from March 30, 2020—is a message reflecting on the hardships imposed by the newly begun COVID-19 pandemic. “While you may not see us here, the work continues,” the caption reads. “Thank you to this community – for the support, the inspiration and the shared commitment to the good in the world. We look forward to reconnecting with you soon. You’ve been great!”

Now that Sussex.com is up and running, maybe we’ll finally see the Sussexes return to Instagram, too.

As an associate editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com, Chelsey keeps a finger on the pulse on all things celeb news. She also writes on social movements, connecting with activists leading the fight on workers’ rights, climate justice, and more. Offline, she’s probably spending too much time on TikTok, rewatching Emma (the 2020 version, of course), or buying yet another corset.