Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: It was announced Tuesday that Archewell Audio company of Harry and Meghan partnered with Spotify to create content for the streaming giant.
There are few details right now, but inside says the podcast (or podcast) will contain “inspiring” stories that match the couple’s philanthropy.
So, unfortunately, they won’t invite Prince Charles to the show and ask if he’s ever tried DMT.
The podcast’s purpose is not only to make a lot of money for Harry and Meghan, but it seems to respond to the negative impact inherent in the current media environment.
“What we like about podcasting is that it reminds us to really listen so we can all take the time to communicate with each other without distracting,” the couple said in a statement released Tuesday. . .
“Given the challenge of 2020, now is the most important time to do this, because when we listen to each other and talk to each other, we remember how connected we are.”
The news comes after reports that Harry and Meghan traded $100 million with Netflix.
As you know, this incident caused a real scandal among the royal families.
Netflix is home to the famous drama series The Crown, which presents an infamous artistic critique of the decades of Queen Elizabeth II, who was the ruler of England.
The fourth season, recently unveiled, sparked a special controversy over the infamous marriage of Prince Charles and Diana.
Some members of the royal family, especially Prince William, are said to have been angry with Sussex to do business with a company related to portraying families in such a dark light.
However, Meghan and Harry are not responsible for any content on Netflix.
Despite the way the British press describes them, they seem to be investing fairly consciously in their investments as individuals these days.
This week, Meghan announced that it had made its first public investment by purchasing a stake in Clevr Blends, a startup that produces instant oatmeal milk.
Founder and CEO Hanna Mendoza clearly impressed Megan at a recent meeting.
“This investment aims to support a passionate female entrepreneur who prioritizes building society as well as her business,” Duchess said in a statement to Fortune.
“I am proud to invest in Hannah’s efforts to buy ethical ingredients and create products that I personally love and [have] a holistic view of health. I believe in her and I believe in her company. ”
Yes, it seems that Sussexes has roots here in America. The fact that this is annoying royalties is probably a minor bonus.