HARRY and Meghan are planning their own honours list from halfway across the world.
The woke couple will recognise do-gooders in the fields they like to champion.
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They hope to celebrate “charitable service, education, science, literature, racial justice, gender equity, environmental stewardship, youth empowerment, health and mental health”, papers filed in the US reveal.
Winning firms, charities and individuals can expect the right-on couple’s seal of approval. We’ve also mocked up a snowflake medal to show how they might be rewarded.
While the Queen hands out gongs twice a year, the Sussexes’ rival scheme would be run by their Arche-well foundation.
Lawyers for the California-based pair first applied for permission to trademark the name in March.
US government lawyers rejected the application because their papers were vague and not signed.
They gave Harry and Meghan six months to resubmit the application or it would be rendered “dead”.
Their legal team filed clarifying documents hours before that deadline last week.
The application is now under review.
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