British Royal Family

Prince Harry & Duchess Meghan make sweeping changes to their Archewell website - with some big updates to share

The Duke and Duchess have been working hard behind the scenes.

By Jess Pullar
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have certainly been keeping busy.
And while they are known to be notoriously private, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently gave fans an update on what they've been up to behind the scenes - and just to be clear, it's a lot.
On Thursday, the pair updated the official site of their umbrella foundation, Archewell, with little snippets of what they've been up to.
This included sweeping updates about their main areas of focus - supporting champions of systemic change, tackling the growing information crisis and helping people in times of crisis.
Each article, bylined with a simple "Team Archewell", delves into exactly who they've worked with and what they've done to make a difference in each space.
In their article covering systemic change, they look at the collaborations they've made with organisations such as World Central Kitchen and the Centre For Humane Technology.
Harry and Meghan are making waves with their new foundation. (Getty)
The Duke and Duchess' work continues in leaps and bounds via Archewell.
They've recently launched their podcast, Archewell Audio, as well as striking a Netflix deal in order to create thought-provoking and socially responsible content.
Theyve even hired Hollywood renowned producer Ben Browning to help them.
The celebrated producer has most recently worked on Oscar nominated film, Promising Young Women.
In the coming winter, expect to see another, rather large update for these two - the pair are set to welcome their second child, a baby girl.
Harry and Meghan shared the news via Instagram in February, and already, Meghan looks to be bumping along nicely.
Yep, it certainly looks like a Sussex takeover is in the works from where we're standing - we can't wait to see it all play out.
The Duke and Duchess will welcome a baby girl this year. (Misan Harriman)

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