As the royal couple’s biography continues to indulge in some explosive revelations, Meghan and Harry have claimed that they have hardly provided an interview for the book.
Quiet determined on the go
Meanwhile, an insider who was interviewed by the Telegraph reported, “The split was very stressful for everyone on all sides, but the Duke and Duchess were never going to go back to the status quo. Harry needed to be convinced of the purpose of a review. Theirs is a new model and they never wanted to go back to the old one, even if they do come back to the UK. The review is intended to keep the door open to them but Harry could see the downside of this because this wasn’t about them changing their minds.”
The duo was expected to pay a visit to the UK for major events including Trooping the Colour which failed ultimately all due to the global pandemic.
Demanding equality across every sphere
On the other hand, as Meghan delivered an empowering speech virtually at the UN Foundation’s 2020 Girl Up Leadership Summit, her words were heard as, “They know that all of you, at a younger age than any modern comparison, are setting the tone for an equitable humanity. Not figuratively, literally. This is a humanity that desperately needs you. To push it, to push us, forcefully in a more inclusive, more just, and more empathetic direction. To not only frame the debate but be in charge of the debate—on racial justice, gender, climate change, mental health and well-being, on civic engagement, on public service, on so much more. That’s the work you’re already out there doing.”
United for a better world
Later on, she continued, “We are not meant to be breaking each other down; we are meant to be building each other up. So, use your voice both on and offline to do just that—build each other up, support each other.”