Charlotte Runcie Slams Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s New Venture As ‘Royal Posing’

Meghan Markle complained to the BBC in the latest twist over controversial doc The Princes and the Press
Meghan Markle complained to the BBC in the latest twist over controversial doc The Princes and the Press

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have only release one episode of their new podcast Archewell Audio and arts writer Charlotte Runcie has something to say about their new production.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have recently released a podcast in a deal with Spotify but one radio expert seems to think they should “take note” of how it should be done.
Spotify has reportedly paid The Sussexes £18 million to produce their new venture and the first episode was released in December 2020.
Both Meghan and Harry moved to America for a more private life with their two children but critics are still commenting on their projects.
Radio and arts columnist Charlotte Runcie has spoken about her thoughts on their podcast and wrote in The Telegraph: “Fair enough, podcasts are hard to make.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have recently released a podcast in a deal with Spotify but one radio expert seems to think they should take note on how it should be done
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have recently released a podcast in a deal with Spotify but one radio expert seems to think they should take note on how it should be done

She then went on to praise the ‘”really good” BBC Sounds podcast The Coming Storm and recommended the Sussexes to follow suit.
Charlotte told the publication: “Harry and Meghan take note – The Coming Storm, a cross-section of society and politics, feels urgent and necessary – unlike more royal posing.”
There is no current updates on Harry and Meghan’s podcast but fans can expect to see them in an upcoming deal with streaming platform Netflix, reportedly worth £110 million.

Spotify has reportedly paid The Sussexes £18 million to produce Archewell Audio
Spotify has reportedly paid The Sussexes £18 million to produce Archewell Audio

Harry’s “tell-all” memoir is due to be released later this year and according to Royal sources his grandmother is nervous about what he might reveal.
The Queen is reportedly “incredibly anxious” about the book’s release after what has been a hard year.
Harry has promised that the memoirs will contain an ‘accurate and wholly truthful’ account of his life as “the man he has become.”

There have been no updates about the podcast but the couple have recently signed a deal with Netflix
There have been no updates about the podcast but the couple have recently signed a deal with Netflix

The Queen’s husband and Harry’s grandfather Prince Phillip died in April last year and she has recently stripped her son Prince Andrew of his HRH and military titles, meaning that he will face trial as a private citizen.
Harry has recently announced that his first public appearance of the year will be at a virtual event in February.

He is the Chief Impact Officer BetterUp and is expected to discuss personal issues during his talk as the couple’s journalist wrote on Twitter: “Expect to hear the duke talking about personal stories, challenges, and successes.”

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