Duchess Meghan has withdrawn her trademark application for her defunct podcast Archetypes, months after Spotify removed the show.
The duchess filed a revocation request with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Thursday. According to office records.
This comes after the 42-year-old’s multi-million dollar Spotify deal fell through in June and the second season of her award-winning podcast was canceled.
The Suits actress’ podcast lasted one season, aired 12 episodes, and featured special guests like Mindy Kaling and Serena Williams.
Markle won the People’s Choice Award for this feat.
After the deal was announced, Bill Simmons, Spotify’s head of global sports strategy, called the former royal couple “fucking frauds” and “lazy people.”
Another source said the couple appeared to be “difficult” people.
Additionally, it was reported that the famous royal family did not produce enough content to secure the $20 million contract they signed in 2020.
In a joint statement to the Post in June, Spotify and Archewell Audio said, “We have both agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we have created together.”