Today The Sussexes launched their new website for the couple’s non-profit organization, Archewell.
The site, which went live early this morning, features a simple beige background with the definition of the words “Arche” and “Well”. The homepage also includes an email sign-up form and contact information.
The live site comes just six months after the couple announced their new foundation and the name.
The Sussexes told the Telegraph back in April that they wanted their organization “to do something of meaning, to do something that matters”.
We expect to see further information revealed on the site in the coming weeks.
We now take a look at yesterday’s Time100 Talks event.
Mirroring her appearance in the official portrait used to promote yesterday’s Time100 Talks, The Duchess wore a black blazer and white top for the event, which focused on creating safer, kinder online communities.
Appearing once again alongside Harry in the now-familiar sitting room of their Santa Barbara home, Meghan wore her hair down in loose waves and donned a black jacket and white top.
The Duke and Duchess spent two months planning their TIME100 Talks episode, which aired yesterday. They moderated a two-hour session titled, ‘Engineering a Better World” that included Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian and Tristan Harris, featured in the recent Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma. The discussion focused on the state of our digital experiences and ways we can establish online communities that are more compassionate, safe, and trustworthy.
Hear Meghan’s conversation with Alexis in the below tweet from Time.
In addition to interviewing guests, Harry and Meghan were also interviewed by TIME editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal about the topic, which will serve as a backbone for Archewell, Harry and Meghan’s nonprofit.
“Both of us realized that we can continue to champion these things that we’re passionate about,” Meghan said.
“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 backward 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.”
The Duchess revealed that she and the Duke’s work in bettering this space began after a visit to Stanford University in February, where the Sussexes met with researchers and professors specializing in the field.
The pair feels the digital experience has an enormous impact on the world’s emotional and mental well-being, and that they want to do their part to make it better.
“THIS IS A HUMAN PROBLEM,” MEGHAN SAID. “AND WHAT’S HAPPENING TO ALL OF US ONLINE IS AFFECTING US DEEPLY OFFLINE.”
Meghan also gave a brief update on life at home during the pandemic, where she and Harry live with their 17-month-old son, Archie.
“All things considered, everyone is grappling with a different version of the same thing, and for us, we are just trying to embrace all of the quality time we get with our son right now and to not miss a single moment of his growth and development, which has been really special,” the Duchess said.
The couple can be seen in the video clip below answering how they are doing during these trying times.
Watch the video of yesterday’s event below from Time —
And now, the What Meghan Wore Fashion Recap!
We originally thought that Meghan may have been wearing her Alexander McQueen suit. Upon closer inspection of the jacket pocket, we see that it doesn’t match that of the McQueen jacket. We will update the post when more information surfaces.
The image below has been lightened to show the details of Meghan’s jacket pocket verses the McQueen jacket.
Meghan also had on a cream white top. The top appears to be a silk or polyester fabric from what we can see in the video.