Megan Markle’s latest business venture is getting another major celebrity endorsement. Over the weekend, Kim Kardashian took to the gram showing off a gift basket filled with products from Clevr Blends, a vegan coffee brand specializing in instant oat milk latte drinks that the Duchess Of Sussex recently invested in.
In the grateful snap, the reality TV star thanked alice + olivia, the uber popular contemporary fashion brand designed by Kardashian family friend, Stacey Bendet. Among the products the health conscious media mogul received were Clevr Blends’ Golden SuperLatte and Matcha SuperLatte, in addition to a Notcha Matcha package from Flowerhead Tea.
The plant-based company, founded by Hannah Mendoza and Roger Coppola in 2019, is based in Santa Barbara, the same Southern California area where Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, recently relocated. The “woman-led, mission-driven wellness company” prides itself on pro ethically sourced ingredients and its commitment to donating a percentage of profits to organizations fighting for food justice.
“This investment is in support of a passionate female entrepreneur who prioritizes building community alongside her business,” Markle said in a statement to Fortune: “I’m proud to invest in Hannah’s commitment to sourcing ethical ingredients and creating a product that I personally love and [that] has a holistic approach to wellness. I believe in her, and I believe in her company.”
No word on exactly how much the former actress invested in Clevr Blends, whose powdered coffee blends sell for $28 each.
“Entrepreneurs need funding, but they also need advisers who care deeply about what they are building. I’m grateful to have found both in the Duchess of Sussex,” Mendoza said in a statement. “Her passion for what we’re creating is palpable, and I couldn’t imagine a more aligned partnership. We’re excited for the road ahead.”
Clevr Blends has also received support from Oprah Winfrey. Earlier this month talk, the show queen took to social media sharing a basket that was gifted to her by “my neighbor ‘M’” filled with bags of Clevr SuperLattes.
Markle’s investment is just the latest move in the 39-year-old’s post royal life. It was recently revealed that she and Harry, who share 19-month-old son Archie, signed a lucrative podcast deal with Spotify, reportedly worth up to $40 million. The Sussexes’ agreement came just months after the they agreed a £100million partnership with Netflix.