Purposely avoiding unkind press, negative, and speculative messaging - please join me in exchanging positive commentary about Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and their children Archie and Lili.
The blog initially focused on Meghan and Harry's work as senior members of the British Royal Family.
Since 2020 my posts follow the Sussex's lives and their work as they live independently from the Royal Family.
Meghan Markle's "Forces for Change" edition prompts Live British Vogue Event
On the back of last September's Forces for Change edition of
British Vogue that was guest edited by the Duchess of Sussex and that became
the fastest selling edition in the 103-year history of the magazine, British
Vogue have organized a live Forces for Change Even, set to take place on March
7th 2020 at London's Southbank Queen Elizabeth Hall. As we know Meghan is
patron of the National Theatre. This event should be seen as an acknolwedgment of Meghan's vision and influence.
Photo of Salam Hayek from British Vogue
According to British Vogue's website the event will be
hosted by editor-in-chief Edward Enninful and is slated to feature artists,
activists and fashion pioneers, who will explore topics such as diversity,
mental health and sustainability. Salma Hayek will be one of the speakers. Check out British Voguehttps://www.vogue.co.uk/news/article/british-vogue-forces-for-change-event
Prince Harry was a guest of Dax Shepard and Monica Padman in episode 325 of their podcast, Armchair Expert. During the hour and a half episode, the trio touched on many issues relating to trauma, addictions, mental health and emotional well-being. Harry also spoke about life in the Royal Family (including some notable moments before he married Meghan) and they touched on his reasons for leaving. Harry, Dax and Monica talked about Harry's life in the British Army, press intrusion into family life, and about some of the pros and cons of social media. Armchair Expert will shortly be moving exclusively to Spotify, the same as Meghan and Harry's own Podcast Archewell. Click to LISTEN
I know we should not encourage the tabloids to hunt out pictures of Meghan, Harry and Archie, but it was lovely to see a recent pic. of the "Adorable Archie" just ahead of his second birthday on May 6th 2021. And look at Meghan's bump. Baby No.2 is growing nicely and it appears that it won't be long before Archie's sister arrives. Was Archie off to a play date? (And in case anyone wants to bitch about the fact that Meghan is not wearing head-to-toe black, in mourning for Prince Phillip, Princess Anne was out and about this week wearing a very non-black hue called Red - just getting this in first before the trolls start) Photo as published by the New York Post
Meghan Markle, Archewell Productions, and Netflix announced today that Meghan will be a Co-Executive Producer on Archewell Production's first animated series themed around a 12 year-old-girl who, as she faces life's daily challenges, is inspired by a variety of influential women from history. The Netflix production has the working title "Pearl." There are lots of talented executive producers working alongside Meghan, including Sir Elton John's husband, David Furnish, and Carolyn Soper (Sherlock Gnomes, Tangled), and Emmy Award®-winning filmmakers Liz Garbus (I'll Be Gone in the Dark, What Happened, Miss Simone?), and Dan Cogan (Icarus, The Apollo). Amanda Rynda (DC Super Hero Girls, The Loud House) will serve as showrunner and executive producer. Meghan has issued a statement saying: "Like many girls her age, our heroine Pearl is on a journey of self-discovery as she tries to overcome life's daily challenges." Meghan Added: "I'm thr