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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘set for Archewell live shows’, documents reveal

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reported a select association with Spotify recently for a progression of web recordings from their new creation organization, Archewell Audio.

Harry and Meghan submitted papers mentioning selective rights to their cause Archewell and Archewell Foundation.

Furthermore, archives recorded for the benefit of Archewell Audio referenced: “Downloadable webcasts, sound projects, and book recordings, all in the field of current and effective occasions, training, science, writing, racial equity, sex value, ecological stewardship, youth strengthening, wellbeing, emotional well-being, and critique on subjects of current and general interest.”

This is a reasonable sign the couple won’t be short of diving into interesting issues and disputable issues on their foundation. The papers also mention live stage performances, audiobooks and CDs.

And content via “satellite, global computer networks, websites, wireless devices, mobile web applications, webcasts, and on-demand streaming media” is also included in the application.

The couple could return to the UK in March for their one-year review of the Megxit deal they struck with the Queen earlier this year.

Reports over the weekend suggested they would seek an extension to their royal deal, which would leave the door open for their return for a further 12 months.

But the batch of copyright documents filed in the US shows Harry and Meghan are serious about making the US their home for the foreseeable future.

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