In the much-talked about interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry claimed they were being trolled online for “copying” the Archewell logo of an Austrian firm.
Archewell is a non-profit organization that launched in April 2020 and is named after the couple’s son Archie. Netizens argued that its ‘AW’ logo resembles the Austrian company AmWerdertor’s project emblem design.
Take a look at what social media users said:
– Harry goes to Hollywood (@harryandmegxit) March 17, 2021
Don’t tell me they can’t even afford a logo designer? 🤦🏻♀️
– ABRatna (@ ABRatna1) March 17, 2021
The Am Werdertor logo is unique and memorable.
– DuquesaChungaChanga (@ChangaDuchess) March 17, 2021
Wow, they should sue!
– Hilary Briscoe (@Hilliebabes) March 17, 2021
AmWerdertor was originally built in 1869 as a residential and commercial building that was developed to include a spa, swimming pool, and gym for residents, according to Daily mail.
“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” said Dmitry Pryanishnikov, CEO of Am Werdertor’s parent company, Allea Group. Daily mail In an interview. And although the logos look similar, Dmitry said they would not take any action or open as the thematic projects were “very different in nature.”
The new Archewell logo emerged a week after Meghan and Harry had to remove their previous ‘Sussex Royal’ crest from their stationery and website, following Winfrey’s interview.