Meghan Markle & Prince Harry’s Charity Addresses Delinquency Debacle

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However, a source close to Archewell Foundation told E! News May 13 that the charity had filed on time. In the face of the mix-up, the insider said the foundation mailed a new check for renewal fees to the registry.

News of the delinquency notice came one day after Meghan and Harry—who share son Archie Harrison, 5, and daughter Lilibet “Lili” Diana, 2—wrapped up their first visit to Nigeria. The three-day trip was the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s first international tour since their 2020 relocation to California from the U.K.

“We are honored to have our first visit to Nigeria be here with all of you,” Meghan told the crowd while visiting a local school on May 10, per People. “We believe in you, we believe in your teachers and we believe in your ability to continue to tell your stories and to just be honest with each other.”

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