Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed their next move with their Archewell Foundation following weeks of shock claims about the couple's future.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have had a tumultuous few weeks with the axing of their $29 million podcast deal with Spotify and doubts their $150 million Netflix deal will be renewed.
The pair is also facing claims they are on their way to divorce, with an alleged former friend of Meghan's telling The Mirror, "I don’t want to see any couples split up when any marriage falls apart, it’s sad, especially when you have children.
"I think it will be in some respects better for Harry. We’ve got to look at it from Harry’s side, he’s in California now, he’s got none of his friends," she added. "He’s got no family, he’s got a rift with his father and his brother, it must be very lonely at times."
Harry and Meghan shared a statement on their Archewell Foundation website, revealing they will be supporting the Equimondo charity.
The charity aims to "engage men and boys as allies in gender equality".
"The 2023 data shows that men are increasingly involved in caregiving and would like to increase their care work at home, although deeply ingrained social norms and a lack of supportive policies and power structures discourage them from doing so," the statement reads.
"The report recognizes care work as the bedrock of society, and calls for continued advancements towards gender equality. It also emphasizes the need for media representation that normalizes men’s caregiving roles.
"The Archewell Foundation is proud to have supported this report, as well as Equimundo’s continued work to promote gender equality around the globe."
Claims Meghan to 'step away' from Harry
It comes following reports Meghan is set to 'step away' from her collaborations with Harry after their recent series of unsuccessful ventures.
The UK's Bella magazine claimed Meghan will focus on solo projects and her personal brand, rather than joint projects with Harry, with the axing of the Spotify deal reportedly behind that decision.
"Meghan feels she’ll have better success if she takes the time to work on projects alone without Harry – even though he always gives her his full support," a source told the magazine.
They add that Meghan's recent signing with Hollywood talent agency WME was to ensure she is seen as a "power player" in her own right.
MailOnline also reports that Meghan is preparing for a "string of commercial endorsements in fields meaningful to her, such as food, wellness, fashion and therapy" following the axing of her podcast.
She is also looking set to publish her own book, "most likely with a feminist angle", following the success of Harry's memoir Spare.
According to the website, Spotify axed its deal with Meghan and Harry due to "the lack of content, not the podcast viewing figures".
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