Lady C has called on the public to issue complaints over the Archewell Foundation’s political motives.
She pointed out the inconsistencies in a new tax filing which revealed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have each worked just one hour a week for the foundation.
Discussing the motives of the non-profit organisation, Lady C questioned the whether it follows US charity regulations.
Speaking on GB News, she urged people to issue complaints over the couple’s mingling in political affairs, with their charity becoming a component of their interests on the matter.
She told Dan Wootton: “If you look at their tax return, it’s very interesting because in America you’re forbidden from having political activism as a part of a charity.
“It’s not a foundation, it’s a charity. Its mission statement is very clearly political activism.
“How this has passed so far is beyond me. I have received tens of thousands of complaints about it.
“People have also said they are going to be informing and complaining to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and I would not discourage them from doing so.
“The whole thing is a joke. It’s not only a joke, it’s a sick joke.”
The Archewell Foundation’s tax returns revealed the working hours of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, which came in at a shocking 52 hours overall in 2021.
Despite the minimal amount of time spent working for the charity, the pair managed to draw in £10million from backers.
Since stepping back from working royals, Harry and Meghan say they have made their charity, which focuses on humanitarian matters, their priority.
The vast majority of the money accrued by the charity, £8million, came from a single wealthy backer, but it remains unknown as to who the money came from.
Archewell CEO James Holt takes a salary from the foundation amounting to a cool £48,337 a year, including a few thousand in benefits.
Lady C believes the couple don’t have much belief in the individual in question, evidenced by his salary.
She said: “The fact of the matter is, they have one employee at the charity, he earns half of one of Meghan’s evening dresses, so that shows you how important he is.”
Archewell’s core mission is to “uplift and unite communities, local and global, online and offline, one act of compassion at a time.”
They say that “compassion is the defining cultural force of the 21st century and through its work Archewell Foundation supports a growing community of partner organisations fuelling systemic cultural chance.”