They are now flying on their own. Almost a year ago, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave up their status as senior members of the British royal family to devote themselves to more personal projects and settle in Los Angeles. Now well established in their home in Montecito, the Sussex couple are multiplying their projects and appearances, especially during videoconferences or in the production of documentaries in partnership with Netflix. But now a whole other project, in connection with their Archewell foundation has just been unveiled: a podcast.
Tuesday, December 29, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry posted on Spotify the first episode of Archewell Audio, a podcast in which the Duke and Duchess share their thoughts, but also personal and inspiring anecdotes. And to end this particularly difficult year 2020 for some, the couple decided to surround themselves with several personalities and friends, such as Stacey Abrams, Brené Brown, Elton John, Deepak Chopra, James Corden or even Tyler Perry. “We thought to bring together people who inspire us – and people we admire – to have their opinion on what they have learned from 2020,” said Meghan Markle in the preamble of this first episode.
And when you’re done reading that, you can head over to @Spotify to listen to episode in full: https://t.co/7z0mBRwkm6 pic.twitter.com/MY3dOHJ2Yn
– Omid Scobie (@scobie) December 29, 2020
Business in good shape for the Sussexes
A new very inspiring project for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who if they broke with their royal obligations, however kept the tradition of the greeting card, which they unveiled for the end of the year celebrations, and where we can see their son Archie. A card that was sent to the associations and organizations they support, while they hired two former assistants in the UK for their organization, renamed Archewell studio, and who with contracts with Netflix and Spotify, 150 million and 33 million euros, seems to have chosen the audiovisual sector as a reference.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ©