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Since stepping down from their senior royals in March and moving to the United States, the couple have been working in the moment to officially launch the website and the philosophy behind their organization, Archewell. Today they set their goal of “building a better world” as they effectively launched the website for their non-profit organization, Archewell. Harry, who described himself as “my mother’s son,” issued a joint statement with his wife Megan calling on people to join their campaign to make a difference, “one act of compassion at a time.”

However, Pierce broke into the Sussex couple by asking the Queen to remove their titles, ahead of a 12-month royal review in March.

One Twitter user asked a Good Morning Britain host: “You really don’t like sidewalks, do you?”

He replied, “No, I think they are a silly little litter couple who are using their royal titles for great commercial gain while not doing any of the duty that it takes to be a member of the royal family.

“It is shameful and shameful and the Queen should stop them from doing this by removing the titles.”

Pierce Morgan criticized Megan and Harry over their latest project (Image: Getty)

The Duke and Duchess also announced partnerships between their foundation and several technology and research-focused organizations to pursue their goals.

On the Archewell home page, there is a photo of Diana, Princess of Wales with her son Harry on her shoulders, while in another monochrome little Megan stands as her mother Doria Ragland bends over to hug her daughter.

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Pearce later criticized the couple for not mentioning their parents in their letter.

He wrote, “Unfortunately, Ginge & Cringe’s” compassion “and” humanity “does not extend to any of their parents, and they are both taken out of this disgusting bilge.”

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from their senior royals in March

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped down from their senior royals in March (Image: Getty)

Other Twitter users shared their anger at the message and photos, which appeared to be delicately engraving Harry’s father, Prince Charles.

He has done charitable work over the years, including establishing the Prince’s Trust in 1976 to help vulnerable youth.

One Twitter user wrote: “Just Awesome! Talk about compassion: The Prince’s Trust was established in 1976 by the Prince of Wales to help vulnerable young people put their lives on the right track.

“It is a pioneering youth charity in the United Kingdom, having helped over 950,000 young people change their lives. How can he do that?”

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Harry and Meghan now live in the United States with their son Archie

Harry and Meghan now live in the United States with their son Archie (Photo: EXPRESS)

Another user wrote: “They are no longer members of the royal family. Nobody cares.”

A third added, “They both alienated their families but still had the courage to preach to the youngsters about” kindness. “

“I am my mother’s son. I am the mother of our son. Together we bring you an Archwell,” the couple said in a joint statement called “Message for 2021” superimposed on the images.

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“We believe in the best of humanity. Because we have seen the best of humanity. We have experienced compassion and kindness, from our mothers and strangers alike.”

Prince Harry has been criticized for appearing to be digging Prince Charles

Prince Harry has been criticized for appearing to be digging Prince Charles (Image: Getty)

“In the face of fear, conflict and pain, this can be easy to lose sight of. Together, we can choose courage, heal and connect.

“ Together, we can choose to activate empathy.

We invite you to join us.

“As we work to build a better world. Do one act of mercy at a time.”

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