After definitively disassociating himself from the responsibilities of the British royal family and to announce the arrival of your second pregnancy, Prince Harry of England and his wife, actress Meghan Markle, made their first public appearance at a Spotify event.
Days ago, the couple announced informally and through third parties that Markle is pregnant again after giving birth to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor in May 2019.
This Monday, meanwhile, they were shown at the “Spotify Stream On” event, through a video that seemed prerecorded from the sofa of their home in Santa Bárbara, California (watch the video on Youtube).
There they presented Archewell Audio, the production company they formed at the end of last year and that will create podcasts exclusively on Spotify.
With the theme Electric Love With Børns playing in the background, Meghan says, “We’re using podcasting to fuel powerful conversations.”
He adds: “We created Archewell Audio to make sure we can raise voices that may not be heard and hear people’s stories.”
In closing, Harry adds: “And most of this is creating this community where you can share, which will encourage everyone else to share their own vulnerabilities within that safe space.”
Outside the crown
Days ago, and after the announcement of the pregnancy, Buckingham Palace had confirmed in a statement that the Dukes of Sussex will not be at the service of the monarchical institution, thus far from the “responsibilities and duties” that theoretically correspond to them and also from the recognitions, since Prince Enrique will be left without the military titles granted by his grandmother.
Buckingham has pointed out that, although “everyone is saddened by this decision,” the Dukes will continue to be “very dear members” within the family of Elizabeth II, who with this Friday’s statement considers the twelve months granted for them to be settled. the parties make a final decision on this case.