No respite for Meghan Markle. While she gave birth to her second child on June 4, a little girl named Lilibet Diana, the Duchess of Sussex did not have too much time to rest before preparing new projects on the professional side, including partners with whom she signed juicy contracts. After Spotify, it was Netflix who approached the ex-actress and Prince Harry a few months after their departure from the royal family and their installation in Los Angeles, with the aim of producing programs on causes that are close to their hearts. . And among them, the emancipation of young girls.
Indeed, for several years, and long before her entry into the British royal family, Meghan Markle has taken part in forums and conferences for entrepreneurship and the emancipation of women and girls around the world, she who does not never hid his feminist views. So what could be more normal for her than her brand new project? As she revealed on the website of her Archewell foundation, the Duchess of Sussex has been appointed producer of an animated series aimed at pushing young girls to emancipate themselves, inspired by female characters who have marked history. “Like many girls of her age, our heroine Pearl seeks to discover herself at the same time as she tries to meet the challenges of everyday life”, announced the press release of the foundation.
What will the series produced by Meghan Markle be called?
For the moment, no title has been officially unveiled for this production which should see the light of day on Netflix, even if on Instagram, Meghan Markle that it was for the moment named Pearl, a name still being considered. A project that the Duchess does not carry alone, however, since she has surrounded herself with big names in the production such as David Furnish, Elton John’s husband whom she knows well and who had been invited to her wedding, Carolyn Soper. , Liz Garbus, Dan Cogan and Amanda Rynda. A great initiative, which could see the light of day within the framework of the Archewell audio company, if this does not remain blocked for too long.
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