Since their withdrawal from the royal family, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have chained the projects. The couple, who will soon welcome a little girl, have just announced a partnership over several years, via their Archewell foundation, with the multinational Procter & Gamble, which owns several brands of care, hygiene and household products such as Oral B, Gillette, Pampers or even Tampax.
“This partnership will focus on gender equality, more inclusive online spaces, and resilience and impact through sport,” said a statement released by the Archewell Foundation. Young Archie’s parents and the multinational have already worked together through Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World. “An event that sparked confidence in vaccines around the world, and which raised more than $ 300 million to facilitate access to the vaccine against Covid-19 around the world”, underlines the communicated.
Meghan Markle has already dealt with this multinational
But this is not the first time that Procter & Gamble has dealt with Meghan Markle. When she was only 11, the actress wrote to the group after seeing an advertisement for Ivory dishwashing liquid on the children’s channel, Nickelodeon. The slogan for this product then was “Women Across the United States Fighting Greasy Pans and Pans”. The little girl then sent a letter to officials asking to change the word “women” to “people”. And had won the case. She explained at the time: “I don’t think it’s fair for children to grow up thinking that their mother does everything. It’s always ‘mum does this’, ‘mum does that'”. She went on to say “If you see something on TV that you don’t like or offend you, write letters and send them to the right people. You can make a difference, not just for yourself but also for yourself. for many other people “.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © Backgrid UK