In a videoconference interview for the British daily newspaper Evening Standard on Thursday, October 1, Meghan and Harry unveiled their daily newspaper in Santa Barbara. The young woman also made tender confidences about the little one, Archie.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are enjoying their new life in California. On Thursday, October 1, they gave an interview to the British daily newspaper Evening Standard by videoconference from their new home in Santa Barbara, sitting comfortably on a couch.
It was an opportunity for the former Suits actress to share a few confidences about her life as a mother. “We are doing very well”. “We’re very lucky,” she revealed. And to continue: “We are very lucky with our little one. He’s so busy, he’s everywhere.
He keeps us on the edge of our seats. We are so lucky,” she continued. Since leaving the United Kingdom, the Sussex couple seem to be swimming in happiness and devote a lot of time to their son, Archie.
During this interview, they also talked about another important topic: racism. They called on Great Britain to put an end to “structural racism”. “As long as structural racism exists, there will be generations of young people of color who will not start their lives with the same equality of opportunity as their white peers.
And as long as this continues, the untapped potential will never be realized,” Meghan and Harry said in a text published by our British colleagues. Prince William’s brother also lamented that the world was “created by whites for whites.
A juicy contract with Netflix
While Meghan Markle and Harry have been involved in various associations across the Atlantic in recent months, they have also decided to get involved in production. They recently signed a lucrative $100 million contract with Netflix to produce films, series and documentaries.
The couple wants to show their daily life in the United States, far from the royal family, as reported in the tabloid The Sun.
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