This was revealed by the Daily Mail, which talks about a new special project dedicated to travel
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Meghan Markle and Harry have taken a new step forward on their break-up path with the Royal Family. As reported in the columns of the Daily Mail, the second son of Charles and Diana and his wife have officially closed their Sussex Royal charitable foundation. The couple, as always highlighted by the famous newspaper, allegedly presented the Companies House with the documents to sanction the definitive cessation of the charity's activities.
Now, according to the well-informed, the parents of little Archie would be spending most of their energy on the Travalyst sustainable tourism project, an initiative conceived by Harry that, as you can read on the pages of the official website, intends to change for always the environmental impact of travel. The company also aims to help the tourism industry, among the sectors most affected by the health emergency.
The official closure of the Sussex Royal charity comes after the Queen's known ban on the use of the term "royal" in the profit and non-profit projects of Harry and the former star of Suits.
To confirm the definitive end of the chapter of the Sussex Royal foundation, an insider also thought of it, releasing statements to Newsweek journalists, reiterated that Harry and Meghan signed and deposited the documents necessary to close the aforementioned beneficial reality. The source also stressed that all the details regarding what just mentioned will soon be visible online.
As mentioned above, the parents of little Archie will certainly not stand still. Their agenda is full of news. Among these, it is possible to mention a probable new job as public speaker signed by the Harry Walker agency (which has Bill Clinton and Obama among its clients), but also the commitment, already mentioned, relating to Travalyst.
The project in question, we reiterate, concerns sustainable tourism. Harry has involved some of the biggest players in the travel sector – among these it is possible to mention Booking.com Skyscanner – with the aim of helping the end user in choosing low-carbon travel modes. In addition, Travalyst aims to enable travelers to select destinations where tourism brings a real advantage to local communities.