Meghan Markle, wife of United Kingdom’s Prince Harry and former American actress, launched a podcast on Tuesday that will discuss clichés about women and has tennis star Serena Williams as its first guest.
The 12-episode series “Archetypes”, named after her son Archie, but the Archiwell setting she founded with her husband, will be “intimate and candid” conversations between the Duchess of Sussex and her guests. Report. Program presentation.
“Crazy”, “diva”, “mania”: “These are the words we hear the most in the media, on the Internet, in our homes. Let’s know the origin of these words and understand why they are constantly used” , to better combat them, points out Megan, who, along with experts and historians Parsvar, according to the Spotify site, will stream the series.
In the first episode, Megan and Serena, friends and natives of Los Angeles, mainly talk about ambition and the different meanings the word has when applied to a woman. Serena, 40, announced her retirement from the courts in early August after a 25-year career and 23 Grand Slam titles.
Meghan and Harry shook up the British crown when they announced in 2020 that they would step down from their roles within the royal family. The couple moved to California, where they live with their two children.
Meghan’s podcast series is part of a string of lucrative deals the couple have signed since arriving in America, including TV appearances, publications and motivational speaking engagements. Harry is set to publish his memoirs later this year, and Buckingham Palace is in further turmoil.
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