Prince Harry’s polo pal speaks out on Meghan Markle’s new podcast | Royal | Information

Argentine polo participant Nacho Figueras stated the Duchess of Sussex was “working exhausting” on Archetypes, which was launched on Spotify on Tuesday. He added that Meghan was taking over “vital” matters in her long-awaiting podcast as he congratulated her.

Mr Figueras made the feedback after a charity polo match in Aspen, Colorado, on Thursday, which the previous Fits star didn’t attend.

The polo participant stated: “She is at all times there, they’ve two very younger youngsters.

“She’s additionally working very exhausting on her podcast that I wish to congratulate her on.

“Typically the staff has to divide to go on obligation.

“That is the one purpose she’s not right here, however she’s at all times right here in spirit.”

Requested if he favored her new podcast, Mr Figueras replied: “I do.

“I believe that she means properly, she actually desires to empower ladies and assault sure topics that I believe are vital.

“So I want her the most effective and I do know that she cares about making the world a greater place.”

Meghan was joined by tennis participant and shut pal Serena Williams for the primary episode of her podcast.

The pair talk about the double requirements ladies face when they’re labelled “formidable”.

Opening up on her personal expertise, Meghan says: “I do not bear in mind ever personally feeling the damaging connotation behind the phrase formidable till I began courting my now husband.”

Archetypes goals to “examine, dissect and subvert the labels that attempt to maintain ladies again”.

The Duchess stated: “I do know a factor or two about these labels myself.

“My hope is that my very own lived expertise will assist different ladies open up.”

The podcast is a part of the profitable deal the Sussexes signed with Spotify after they stop as working royals in 2020 for a brand new life within the US.

Sussex followers have been eagerly awaiting additional content material after Harry and Meghan launched a single podcast episode in December 2020.

The Duchess’s new podcast has topped Spotify’s charts in nations all over the world together with the UK and the US.

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