Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “telling the world exactly what is important to them.”
According to a royal author, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are using their profession to show the world “what is essential to them.”
Following their arrival to the United States, Meghan and Prince Harry established Archewell, a new charity. Their not-for-profit Foundation, as well as Archewell Audio and Archewell Productions, through which they produce audio and video content, make up this company.
Meghan and Harry can express what matters to them through their work with Archewell, according to royal author Omid Scobie.
Mr Scobie, who co-authored the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s unauthorised biography ‘Finding Freedom,’ told Good Morning America: “The Archewell legacy they’re building – that’s the foundation, which is already involved in a number of different charitable initiatives – but also their work as a production company.”
“You know, this is the pair displaying their values to the rest of the world.”
Mr Scobie further claimed that following their migration to the United States, the couple is “very much in control.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry formally stood down as senior royals at the end of March 2020, just days after moving to California with their son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed in September 2020 that they had signed a multi-year partnership with Netflix.
They stated at the time that their focus would be on “producing content that not only informs but also inspires hope.”
“As new parents, creating inspiring family programming is equally vital to us,” they continued.
Meghan and Harry are yet to release a Netflix show, but they have already stated that they are working on an animated series called Pearl, which chronicles the exploits of a little girl who is inspired by historical figures.
Archewell Productions has announced a docu-series called Heart of Invictus, which will follow some of the participants training for the forthcoming Invictus Games in The Hague in 2022.
Meghan and Harry signed another multi-year arrangement in mid-December, this time with the music streaming service Spotify.
The Sussexes pledged to provide “diverse perspectives” and interviews with “great people” as part of this deal.
So far, the couple’s Archewell Audio podcast has only aired a holiday special episode.
Meghan and Harry shared personal recollections and inspirational stories from a number of prominent guests, including Sir Elton John and Naomi Osaka, throughout the 34-minute show.
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