The new backlash to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the trademark application of the Archwell Foundation is 'unsigned and very vague'.




Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have rejected an application to trademark their new charity Archwell.


Earlier this year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who were set to work as employers, canceled their application because they did not sign the document and did not pay all required fees, The Sun reported.

The paperwork submitted to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) on March 3 was also called 'very vague'.

The couple, who filed documents with Delaware-based law firm Cobblestone Lane LLC, sent a 'defamatory notice' to USPTO by a patent examiner.

The examiner was asked to review the application for the nonprofit, which the couple is expected to launch on May 26 this year, and has since made several changes, requiring his lawyer, Marger Witter Norman, on August 22.

The notice stated: The International Words for Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Volunteering and Career Opportunities website is also uncertain and more comprehensive and should clarify the nature of the content provided. '

The Examiner said: 'The application was rejected and as a result the validity of the application was not properly made.'

Announcing a new project earlier this year, the couple revealed the word archeology, which means the origin of the action in Greek, the inspiration behind the name of their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, was born in May this year.

The Telegraph previously reported that paperwork for its new brand was filed in the United States in March, and plans include sharing a wide range of websites and 'education and training materials' through film, podcasts and books.

In response to the Telegraph, the Duke and Duchess stated that they were concentrating their efforts on the coronavirus pandemic but felt 'forced' to disclose the details of the venture.

'Like you, our focus is on efforts to combat the global Kovid-19 pandemic, but once this information comes to light, we will have to understand how it happened.

'Before Sussex, archaeological thought came up - the Greek word is the root of action.

'We got involved with this concept for a charity we hoped to create one day, which became the inspiration for our son's name. To understand something, to do something important.

'Archwell is a name that combines an ancient word for power and action, and another that reveals the deeper resources we all need to attract.

'We're keen to start Archwell when it's the right time.'

Sussex has seized a 14-acre property in Beverly Hills' famous 90210 Postcode after flying off Vancouver Island in March.

After the notice, the non-final action was sent to the couple on June 2, and their trademark is no longer active until necessary amendments are made.

The couple will also have to pay an additional fee for their paperwork.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced that they are just months ahead of the 'Look Forward' announcement of their Sussex Royal brand debut with Aadhaar.

The couple plans to add their own charity as well as a website as part of their new venture.

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