The Archewell foundation, with which Prince Harry and Meghan Markle channel their charitable work in the United States after their departure from the United Kingdom, was declared delinquent by the American authorities. A setback for the couple, who became the protagonists of headlines around the world, as they were ordered, among other things, not to carry out any economic transaction and to cease their activity.

A problem that, apparently, was due to an “administrative problem” due to “not submitting the required reports.” However, it only took a few hours to clarify the situation and, from what has been learned, the fault lies not with the charitable foundation, but with an error made by the state organizations themselves.

“We have diligently investigated the situation and can confirm that the Archewell Foundation remains in full compliance and in good standing,” a spokesperson told Page Six in a statement on Tuesday.

“Payments due were made promptly and in accordance with IRS processes and procedures. Furthermore, the Foundation had presented all the necessary documentation without errors or irregularities,” they insist.

According to the aforementioned portal, both Prince Henry and his wife were caught by surprise when they saw the news in the media. They quickly contacted those responsible for Archewell, who acted quickly. The amount owed was only $200, not including late fee payments, which were paid last November.

An error by the California Registry of Charities and Fundraisers, which has already removed the name of the foundation from its list of defaulters, no longer classifying it as “delinquent” and with its accounts up to date.

The Archewell group includes the duo’s non-profit charitable foundation, as well as for-profit business divisions that focus on media production, Archewell Audio and Archewell Productions.

This whole situation has caught Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, in Nigeria, where they had traveled after being invited by the chief of the Defense Staff of the African country, after the last celebration of the Invictus Games.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex traveled to Lagos to end their trip, specifically to a school in Abuja, which precisely receives funds from the Archewell Foundation.

During an event last night in Abuja, Meghan revealed that a DNA analysis discovered that she had Nigerian ancestry, and she was proud of it, saying that Nigeria was “my country.” “It is a compliment to me because what defines a Nigerian woman is a brave, resilient, courageous and beautiful woman,” she said.