Meghan Markle has been dropped as a sponsor by the US Open. The tennis tournament announced on June 20, 2023, that it would be ending its partnership with Markle’s Archewell Foundation.

The decision came after Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, made a number of controversial statements in recent months. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, Markle accused members of the royal family of racism and neglect. She also criticized the British media for its treatment of her.

The US Open’s decision to drop Markle as a sponsor has been met with mixed reactions. Some people have praised the tournament for taking a stand against Markle’s behavior, while others have accused the tournament of bowing to pressure from the British media.

It is unclear what the long-term impact of the US Open’s decision will be. However, it is clear that the decision has damaged Markle’s reputation and made it more difficult for her to find sponsors.

Here are some additional details about the US Open’s decision:

The decision was made by the US Open’s CEO, Stacey Allaster.

Allaster said that the decision was made “after careful consideration.”

The US Open said that it would be “honoring its current commitments” to Archewell.

Markle and Harry have not commented on the decision.

It is important to note that the US Open is not the only organization that has distanced itself from Markle in recent months. In April 2023, Spotify announced that it would be pausing production on Markle’s podcast, “Archetypes.”

The decision by the US Open and Spotify is a sign that Markle’s reputation has taken a hit in recent months. It remains to be seen what the long-term impact of these decisions will be.