How complicated is the situation for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. Whatever they do, they cannot please everyone and both fans and detractors comment on each of their steps. Now the Dukes of Sussex are receiving harsh criticism from an expert who considers the announcement they have made amid the crisis in England due to the coronavirus and the delicate state of health of Prime Minister Boris Johnson as an ugly gesture.
The 55-year-old president has been admitted to a London clinic since this weekend after presenting aggravated symptoms of COVID-19 for more than 10 days. His wife, Carrie Symonds, is also infected with the virus and worse, she is pregnant.
So the criticisms have been swift when just in this bitter hour Meghan and Harry have chosen to reveal the name of their new foundation: Archewell, which they have named after their only son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
The news came to light on April 6, when Johnson was already admitted. "They couldn't choose a worse time," royal biographer Phil Dampier told the Daily Mail newspaper about the announcement. "It is a lousy moment." "People everywhere are extremely concerned about the situation and it is unwelcome, no matter how laudable its cause is," Dampier said. "They would have waited calmly until all this had happened."
Said source stresses that the announcement of the new name of the foundation of Meghan and Harry was made public through the online site of the British newspaper The Telegraph at 10:00 pm local time. Two hours earlier government spokesmen had already confirmed that the Prime Minister had been admitted to St. Thomas Hospital in London.
The Dukes' attitude contrasts with the message of solidarity that the Dukes of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, sent to Johnson on Tuesday:
Fans have defended tooth and nail the couple:
It should be noted that the news was also obtained by People after The Telegraph was leaked and made sure that this is only the announcement of the name, but not the creation of the foundation, and that this will occur "when the time is right."
"[We want] to do something with meaning, that matters. Archewell is a name that combines an ancient [Greek] word that means strength and action, with another that evokes the vast resources from which it will take funds," he told himself.
Later, the couple issued a statement assuring that the crisis for COVID-19 will now be their priority. "Like you, we will focus on the global efforts of the COVID-19 pandemic," they stressed. "But as we were faced with this information coming out, we felt compelled to tell them the story of how all this happened."
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