Harry and Meghan‘s company Archewell have lost another two key members of staff – bringing the total number of workers lost since 2018 to 16. Fara Taylor, who is head of the Archewell Productions marketing team, and internal content head Ben Browning are said to be both leaving their roles at the company.

Ms Taylor oversaw the marketing team during the release of Harry’s memoir, Spare and the couple’s Netflix docuseries.

The Telegraph reported that the Duke and Duchess are “hugely grateful” for the pair’s support, as well as their “vital look-back projects”.

The report also said that the couple believed Ms Taylor and Mr Browning “exceeded expectations”.

Despite not officially launching Archewell until late 2020, the Duke and Duchess have reportedly lost sixteen members of their staff since 2018.

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The firm’s head of communications told the newspaper that the pair were leaving after having “made their mark within the cultural zeitgeist”.

Mr Browning, who is an Oscar-nominated producer, plays an “integral” part in the production of the Harry and Meghan Netflix series.

The series has been dubbed Netflix’s most-streamed documentary series debut.

Reports claim that Mr Browning’s departure will be followed by a “period of focus on scripted content production”.

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Last month, less than 18 months after assuming her role, Mandana Dayani stepped down from her role as Archewell’s president and chief operating officer.

Like Mandana, Rebecca Sananes, who was head of audio at Archewell, quit after just 18 months.

Ms Sananes was hired to produce the Duchess’s Spotify podcast Archetypes.

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