William and Kate’s charity thrives since split from Harry and Meghan | The Sun

ROYAL couple William and Kate’s charity has gone from strength to strength since they split with Harry and Meghan, new figures show.

Income for The Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of ­Cambridge leapt from £6.7million in 2019 to £20.4million in 2021.

It comes after Meghan and Harry left the ­charity in September 2019 and set up their own Archewell foundation.

The Sussexes’ charity received less than $50,000 in “gross receipts” in 2020, according to the US Internal Revenue Service.

Yesterday their UK charity, Sussex Royal, was finally dissolved.

It changed its name to MWX Foundation when they lost their royal titles.

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The financial boost for the Cambridge’s charity allowed it to almost double its charitable expenditure to £16.4m.

Three-quarters of the total, £12.1m, was spent on their environmental awards The Earthshot Prize, which handed out five £1m grants to the winners.

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