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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quietly launched their latest online effort on Monday with an ode to their royal lineage.

Online critics quickly took umbrage with sussex.com, unhappy that Harry and Meghan used the titles Duke and Duchess of Sussex and featured coat of arms insignia throughout the website.

He Duke and Duchess of Sussex she gave up her main royal responsibilities and moved to California in 2020, almost two years after getting married at Windsor Castle.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle smile at Kensington Palace

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle launched their new website, Sussex.com. (Karwai Tang/Getty Images)

Harry and Markle had previously used sussexroyal.com and archewell.com as platforms to promote various philanthropic ventures.

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Their new website takes users to information about the Archewell Foundation and Archewell Productions.

“The Office of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, is shaping the future through business and philanthropy,” the site details in its “About” section.

“This includes: THE ARCHEWELL FOUNDATION, ARCHEWELL PRODUCTIONS, sponsorships, ventures and organizations that receive the support of the couple, individually and/or together.”

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The design of Markle’s coat of arms, which appears on the new website, was revealed shortly after her wedding in 2018. The site also features her joint cipher with interlocking “H” and “M.”

Archewell did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have listed Archewell Productions and Archewell Foundation on the new Sussex.com website. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Some social media users were not very happy with the new site dedicated to royalty.

“Imagine, saying, you want to live an independent life, start a website that’s not based on royalty, and it’s failing,” wrote one user on X, formerly known as Twitter. “Now imagine having to admit defeat and go back to using your royal titles and coat of arms because the deals have dried up. I can’t stop laughing at them! They’re the equivalent of fake Prada.”

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Another user posted: “So they left the racist and cruel monarchy to be private citizens… But they have gone back to using the titles and connection to the monarchy, even using Meghan’s coat of arms that the empire 2.0 monarchy gave her and the crown. So I guess we failed at being celebrities and we want to come back.”

But other fans were in celebration mode and congratulated Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their new place.

“Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s launch of http://Sussex.com reflects their continued commitment to their efforts,” one user wrote on X. “It will be interesting to see how they use the platform to share their initiatives and connect with his audience.”

Another fan wrote: “It’s beautiful. I love the color and the whole concept. Brilliant.”

And a source said dailymail.com“Prince Harry and Meghan are the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. That’s a fact. It’s their last and last name.”

Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle waved from the Ascot Landau carriage during their star-studded 2018 wedding. (Aaron Chown)

Markle, 42, will have more to add to the site soon after signing a new podcast deal with Lemonada Media. Not only will he be launching a new podcast series through Lemonada, but he will also distribute his previous Spotify series, “Archetypes,” to podcast platforms, according to Deadline.

The pair previously signed a $20 million deal with Spotify in 2020, but parted ways with the streaming network in 2023.

In April, Markle signed with powerful agency WME, according to Variety. According to the outlet, WME will assume representation of Archewell, the content creation label of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. While the 42-year-old and her team will explore film and television production, brand partnerships and “general business building,” “acting will not be an area of ​​focus.”

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By Sam