As revealed by Hello Magazine, this June 13, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have many projects planned this summer. Find out which ones.
A vacation not so relaxing as that. As revealed by Hello Magazine on Monday, June 13, after attending the jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have many summer projects ahead. In addition to having to take care of their children, Archie (3 years) and Lilibet (1 year), the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also have to work on various professional projects.
Indeed, as revealed by the British media, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle intend to move forward on the arrival of their podcast, entitled Archetypes, which is already scheduled for this summer. In particular, it is expected that the little Lilibet and Archie will make an appearance in the very first episode. In addition to this, the queen’s grandson also has to work on his memoirs, which will be published later this year. Regarding this collection, the publishing house has made it known that the prince “will share, for the first time ever, the definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses and life lessons that have helped shape him.” Finally, they recently let the Netflix platform’s cameras into their home for an upcoming documentary about their family life.
Prince Harry: his express reunion with the Queen
During his visit to the United Kingdom, Prince Harry had the opportunity to reunite with members of his family and introduce his daughter Lilibet. But, as reported by the Daily Mail, on June 12, his meeting with Elizabeth II was probably very short.
Indeed, as reported by the media, this famous meeting would have lasted only fifteen minutes and remained very formal. A brief moment that, according to the tabloid, would be due to the many tensions that oppose Prince Harry and his family. “William is still very angry about Harry’s departure. He feels abandoned,” reported the media. A disagreement that would explain why the two brothers have not exchanged a single word during the jubilee …
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