An analyzed image. This Wednesday August 4 marks the fortieth birthday of Meghan Markle. For the occasion, the Duchess of Sussex shared a video on her Archewell Foundation page. In it, she talks about a new project, which is very close to her heart. Indeed, she wants to help women who want to find work. An initiative that has been welcomed by Internet users on social networks but it is above all another detail that attracted them. As she sat comfortably on a desk, family photos were visible in the background. According to information released by The Mirror, in a background photo, Archie can be seen standing. In front of him, three small frames which suggest that they are unpublished pictures of Prince Harry in the company of Lilibet, a second from Archie and finally one from Meghan. Since the birth of their baby girl last June, the Sussexes have never revealed her face and the British are eager to discover the little girl. Will Meghan Markle’s birthday be the right occasion?
An important project. The purpose of this video was to discover Meghan Markle’s new project, titled 40×40. “Here is the idea: as I am forty years old, I asked forty friends to take forty minutes of their time to help a woman who wishes to re-enter the labor market”, she said. explained to her friend Melissa McCarthy during a video conference call. On the Archewell Foundation website, the Duchess of Sussex provided some clarifications. “This is a global effort encouraging people around the world to step up and give 40 minutes of their time to help women who want to return to work,” she says first. Subsequently, Meghan Markle indicates that the 40×40 came into being in “response to the tens of millions of women around the world who have left the workforce in the past two years (largely due to the COVID pandemic -19), including two million women in the United States “. Will this initiative enable many women to be able to resume a normal life?
Meghan Markle project: which personalities have agreed to participate?
As Meghan Markle explains in a post on the Archewell Foundation website, she called on “40 activists, athletes, artists and world leaders to participate by offering 40 minutes of mentorship to women who wish to re-enter the workforce. “. Among them, there are personalities very well known and appreciated by the public: Adele, Amanda Gorman, Amanda Nguyen, Deepak Chopra, Dr Ibram X. Kendi, Gloria Steinem, José Andrés, Dr Nadine Burke Harris, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Stella McCartney. If the project has just been unveiled, there is no doubt that many women will jump at the opportunity to be able to try to rebuild themselves.
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