Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have released a new video highlighting their work with the charity Archewell, just hours after the Princess of Wales shared a video filmed at a children's bank with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. In the video, the children of the Prince and Princess of Wales help collect Christmas gifts for children in need. As DailyMail notes, previously the couple always published a similar report in January.
The video shows Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interacting with veterans, packing school bags for schoolchildren in Nigeria and taking selfies with their supporters. As journalists suggest, the video was released by the couple in order to demonstrate their influence.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently faced a new wave of public condemnation after the publication of a book by writer Omid Scobie (he is called “Meghan’s mouthpiece” because he always takes Markle’s side in his materials). In one version of the book, the names of members of the royal family were revealed who discussed the skin color of Meghan's son Prince Archie: Markle spoke about them in an interview. According to Scobie, they were published by accident, due to a translation error, but many did not believe him and believed that he himself had created this scandal in order to increase sales of the book. Despite all the efforts, the book still did not make it into the top most read books.
Megan herself, according to media reports, is also not doing well: she recently signed a contract with the WME agency, whose clients included Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Serena Williams and other celebrities, but according to media reports, WME decided not to cooperate with her.