After getting involved in court cases, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry finally got good news.
The name of their new non-profit business Archewell had faced many setbacks, but that challenge seems to be behind them now.
The couple’s charity opposed Scott Kantro, the New York health bigwig’s rival charity, which wanted to register a trademark under the name Archecares.
While the Sussex pair could have faced the humiliation of having to change their names after official announcements, the two were saved despite the fact that Kantro asked for the name before former members of the royal family.
Kantro’s request was declared void after he failed to respond in a timely manner to the court’s request for further information.
According to an insider quoted by the Daily Mail“The name is a huge deal for Harry and Meghan. It would have been humiliating if they had to go back to the drawing board and find something different after announcing the name to the world. ”
While Harry and Meghan originally planned to call the Sussex Royal charity, they were not allowed to use the title as they can no longer enjoy royal status.