THE PRINCIPLE Harry is set to give a lecture on the importance of rest – despite having only created one podcast since signing a massive £18m deal with Spotify.
Duke of Sussex – who was out of work for 5 months when her daughter Lilibet was born in June – will discuss burnout in a panel with CEOs.
The talk will be shown in front of 100,000 BetterUp subscribers. Harry was named the company’s chief impact officer last year.
The advertisement for the lecture displayed a photo of Harry along with the tagline: “Breakthrough happens when you rest.”
He’ll be taking part in an Inner Workday panel hosted by Serena Williams, Meghan’s friend.
News about the conference comes out later Spotify takes the Sussexes podcast “into their own hands”.
The pair signed multimillion-pound deals with both Spotify and Netflix in 2020 – a decision Harry says he was forced to make after he was stripped of his security details in Megxit.
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The streaming giant said it was expecting a “full-scale” launch of the shows in 2021 – but nothing came of it.
And after the long wait, a bunch of in-house producers were hired to finally deliver the content to the royals.
Bosses are now recruiting new in-house staff to work with Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Audio on a show featuring the “voices of senior women”.
Despite the delay, the Sussex family are said to be planning an Oprah-style media empire You can see them standing in front of their own talk shows.
A top royal commentator says the couple “want to make more money” after they filed 11 companies in tax haven Delaware – seven of which are related to showbiz projects.
It provides a compelling blueprint for the couple’s plans as they forge a life outside of the Royal Family.
Elsewhere, it has been reported that the royal couple are forging more celebrity relationships.
Meghan and Harry are understood to have asked to speak privately with Spider-Man couple Tom Holland and Zendaya, even though they had never met before.
Harry vows to become “financially independent” when he and Meghan, 40, give up the high-profile royal life in 2020 and move to the US.
Angela Levin, who spent a year working with Harry on an commissioned biography, told Sun Online: “It all seemed like a huge turning point from their charity and non-profit work into entertainment business. Simple.
“It shows they want to make more money.”
Highlights Harry’s appearance on James Corden’s show Last February, and Meghan got back with Ellen in November, Ms. Levin said there were “rumors” of the pair going to Hollywood.
“Meghan feels that she wants to be a star in any way she can and maybe charity work doesn’t give them that kind of fame,” she said.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4571703/prince-harry-lecture-podcast-spotify-royal/ Prince Harry gives a presentation on the importance of ‘resting’ after creating only ONE podcast since the £18m Spotify deal