Meghan Markle News: Duke and Duchess open up Archie in ‘inspirational’...

Meghan Markle News: Duke and Duchess open up Archie in ‘inspirational’...
Meghan Markle News: Duke and Duchess open up Archie in ‘inspirational’...

Meghan and Harry took part in an online chat with activist and Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai to celebrate International Girls’ Day. Speaking of the importance of education for all children, especially young women, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stressed that 130 million girls were still without education before the coronavirus pandemic broke out. The royal couple also pointed out the crucial role young women must play in the fight against climate change.

During the rare sitting interview, the couple also shared a glimpse into what they did during the pandemic.

A smiling Harry joked that they spent time on the Zoom video platform while Meghan revealed that they enjoyed a number of memorable “firsts” from their one-year-old son Archie.

The couple received widespread praise from royal fans on Twitter for their virtual chat appearance.

One user wrote: “Sussexes are definitely on another level! Beautiful and inspiring. “

Another royal fan said, “Thank you Malala, Harry and Meghan. Today was an informative and inspiring conversation. “

Meanwhile, a third commented: “Meghan is so eloquent and insightful. Thank you Malala, Harry and Meghan for using your platform to speak for others. “

When asked by Ms. Yousafzai why she was committed to women’s education, the Duchess of Sussex said, “Like you, I see something that is so important to be addressed and so important to be fixed , and that you fix this one problem, you end up fixing several problems.

“What I realized very early on was that when women have a seat at the table, conversations about policy changes, conversations about laws, certainly only about community dynamics, are all postponed, and typically when a woman is present at the table, she will work for the whole family. “

Meghan also stated, “When young girls have access to education, everyone wins and everyone succeeds.”

Harry said, “We take it for granted and it’s a privilege, but every single person, every single child, every single young person needs an education.”

Meghan, 39, who attended a Roman Catholic college for girls in Los Angeles before graduating from Northwestern University Communication School in Illinois, pondered her own experiences and how happy she was to grow up.

She said, “The privilege of going to school is something I often take for granted. It is very difficult for many people to realize that the ability to have a textbook is a luxury for so many people.

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He said, “We were both there for his first steps, his first run, his first fall, his first everything.”

Meghan added, “And it’s just amazing because I think that in many ways we are lucky enough to have this time to watch it grow and without COVID we would travel and work more off-site, and we would have it.” done. ”missed many of those moments.

“I think it was a great time with the family.”

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