Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delighted fans when they launched their new website giving the first insight into their post-royal charity vision.
Archewell, named after their son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, will be the home of the couple's work as they start their new lives in America.
It's believed the project was delayed due to the Covid pandemic, but the sharp looking new homepage is now live.
Apart from a definition of the name and contact details, it doesn't offer much information about what's to come - but there's a hidden message which offers a bit more detail.
Set on a cream background, the page shows the word Archewell above text reading: "Arche…Greek word meaning 'source of action'.
"Well… a plentiful source or supply; a place we go to dig deep."
There is also a section for people to sign up for updates on their work.
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However if you share the link you see another line of text - which most people completely missed.
It reads: "Archewell is an organization committed to creating compassionate communities online and off, to serve our collective wellbeing."
According to Hello!, the philanthropic body has been up and running for several weeks.
The new site also reveals the foundation is based in LA, where the family have recently bought a beautiful mansion.
It's been a busy week for the couple, and they've also hosted a Time100 talk about the dangers of social media and the internet with digital experts.
During the chat, Harry slipped in an Americanism which British fans were quick to pick up on.
Wearing a smart suit and a tie, the 36-year-old former senior royal said: "The media role is vital in everything going on.
"Always has been, always will be.
"There is a huge amount of trust we put into media."
He then used a car metaphor to describe how he and Meghan had gathered social media experts, including Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian and Tristan Harris of Netflix hit Social Dilemma.
"When driving a car and all the warning lights are going off, there is smoke pouring out of the hood.
"You are not going to keep on driving.
"You pull over.
"In the olden days, you'd probably pop the hood up, have a look under it and maybe fix it.
"But now, every single one of these new cars has a shield over top so you can't fix it - you've got to call experts in."