Prince Harry Travalyst plans a summit, will the Duke of Sussex make a rare public appearance?

Since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved to Los Angeles after resigning as members of the British royal family earlier this year, they have kept a relatively low profile. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex reportedly live in Tyler Perry’s $ 18 million Beverly Hills mansion with their one-year-old son, Archie Harrison. During the closure of COVID-19, they are working on different initiatives for their new Archewell Charitable Foundation, formerly known as Sussex Royal.

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What is the Travalyst initiative?

Before leaving the royal family and moving from the UK, Harry and Meghan worked under the Sussex Royal brand. In September 2019, the Duke of Sussex launched Travalyst, a sustainable travel initiative aimed at helping tourists make greener decisions when booking trips and traveling.

Leading players in the travel industry such as,, TripAdvisor, SkyScanner and Visa have joined Travalyst to become a “catalyst for change”. They believe in the power and importance of travel, but they also recognize that they have a “shared responsibility to our planet and to each other.”

“We want to be the driving force that paves a new way of traveling, helping everyone explore our world in a way that protects both people and places, and ensures a positive future for destinations and local communities for generations. to come, “says Travalyst mission status.

Prince Harry could participate in the next Travalyst summit

The only way real fans have had a chance to see Prince Harry lately is when he’s involved in charity work. Since the pandemic began, cameras have captured the Duke and Duchess of Sussex outside their home only a few times.

According to Express, Travalyst recently announced that it would hold a global summit in late July, as the travel and tourism industry adjusts to function during and after a global pandemic.

Stakeholders will meet on July 30 to discuss the revival of the travel sector while “keeping sustainability at the heart” of their plans.

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Prince Harry hosted a summit for the organization in February at the height of the Megxit scandal, and some believe he will make a rare public appearance at the next summit as he leads the Travalyst initiative.

In a statement, the Duke of Sussex said growth in the tourism industry was on an unsustainable path before the pandemic, and he hopes it can make changes in the future. He also pointed out the challenges and the “uncertain reality” faced by communities that depend on travel and tourism for their livelihood.

“As the travel and tourism industry begins to recover, we want to learn from those who keep communities and sustainability at the center of what they are doing to better rebuild,” said Prince Harry.

Charity watchdog accuses Prince Harry of embezzlement

In what now appears to be a long time ago (early 2018), Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were part of a royal quartet with Prince William and Kate Middleton. They all carried out different charity projects through the Royal Foundation.

But before Megxit, Harry and Meghan separated from the Royal Foundation and created Sussex Royal. At that time, they also divided the organization’s funds. Some of the cash at the Royal Foundation went to Sussex Royal, and more money went to Travalyst.

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According to Newsweek, the anti-monarchist group Republic is accusing Prince William and Prince Harry of misusing more than $ 350,000 by dividing their charities. The problem is that Travalyst is not a registered charity, so Republic doesn’t think that it should have received any money.

The Republic letter to the UK Charity Commission says: “The Royal Foundation awarded a grant of £ 145,000 ($ 183,000) to Sussex Royal and £ 144,901 ($ 183,057) to a non-charity (Travalyst). In both cases, it seems that the only reason for the decision was the personal relationship between two sponsors, the Duke of Sussex and the Duke of Cambridge. “

Republic chief executive Graham Smith says the Royal Foundation lost nearly £ 300,000 due to Prince Harry’s “favorite projects”, and now that Sussex Royal is officially closing “it appears to be taking money from the charity” .

The Royal Foundation spokesperson said: “The grants awarded to Sussex Royal were to support the charitable work of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. They were fully in line with the governance requirements and were reported transparently. “