Prince Harry and Meghan’s new LA-based non-profit organisation Archewell has its sights set on content production.
According to paperwork it will include a multi-media educational empire and well-being website.
But its launch has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and an announcement will take place “when the time is right.”
The Hollywood Reporter suggests activities would include the production of “motion picture films, articles, books, audio books, podcasts, audiovisual entertainment, television shows, digital entertainment content, and informational programming.”
That would make it similar to Barack and Michelle Obama’s Higher Ground production banner, signed with Netflix.
The couple told The Telegraph the name Archewell derives from the Greek word meaning “source of action” and was the inspiration behind the name of their baby son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, has most recently narrated Elephant for Disney+.