Scottish Daily Mail

Cobbler puts the boot into Harry and Meghan plans


PRINCE Harry and Meghan’s plans for world domination have hit a roadblock.

The ambitious couple are trying to trademark the name of their company Archewell across the globe. They could sell everything from Archewell clothing to magazines and TV programmes.

However, two countries so far, New Zealand and India, have

MAKE-UP artist to the stars Charlotte Tilbury, who built a billion-pound beauty empire, suffers from an embarrassm­ent of riches.

‘I have too many clothes because I’m a bit of a hoarder,’ she says. ‘The other day I picked something up and, I’m pleased to say, I could still squeeze myself into it — but it had a dry cleaner’s tag from the 1990s. It was hilarious.’

Tilbury, whose clients include Cara Delevingne and Amal Clooney, adds: ‘My father-in-law went, “Darling, I counted all your dresses.

‘You have 130 frocks on that rail — of black dresses alone!”’ rejected their trademark applicatio­n, which was made under the name of the company Cobbleston­e Lane. India has issued a ‘total provisiona­l refusal of protection’ because the name Arche is already taken by a footwear company. New Zealand has issued a partial provisiona­l refusal of protection as the wording of the applicatio­n is ‘unduly broad’.

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