Meghan Markle finally reveals the title of her upcoming Spotify podcast. The Duchess of Sussex, 40, has named her podcast “Archetypes.” Prince Harry‘s wife is known for her involvement in the campaign for women’s empowerment. Meghan Markle‘s Spotify podcast “Archetypes” will focus on stereotypes about women. The former Suits actress investigates in her podcast, which will be launched in the summer of this year, the origin of these stereotypes. The trailer for the podcast, which is the result of a partnership between Spotify and Archewell Audio, was released on March 24, 2022.
“This is how we talk about women: the words that raise our daughters, and the way the media reflects women back to us… But where do these stereotypes come from? And how do they continue to manifest themselves and define our lives?” said the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. As part of her show, the mom of Archie, 2, and Lilibet, 9 months, will speak with various guests. These guests will include historians as well as women who are victims of stereotypes. In her introduction to the podcast, Meghan Markle said, “This is Archetypes – the podcast where we dissect, explore and overturn the labels that try to keep women from moving forward. I’ll have conversations with women who know all too well how these stereotypes shape our narratives. And I’ll be talking with historians to understand how we got here.”
Meghan Markle‘s £18m podcast content to be released this summer
Meghan Markle‘s podcast is set to air this summer 2022. Which is not too early, since Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, signed the agreement with the audio streaming giant in December 2020. Even so, the couple must honor their commitment to the platform. The value of the particularly lucrative deal is estimated at £18 million, reports the Daily Mail. “The announcement of Archewell Audio’s first podcast series with Spotify comes after Meghan and the Duke of Sussex expressed concerns about Covid-19’s misinformation on the platform,” the Daily Mail says. Indeed, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had expressed concerns about misinformation about Covid-19 on Spotify back in January.
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