Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down from their royal family roles this year after months of discussions.
This week it was their future projects that made news as the Duke and Duchess launched an official podcast on Spotify.
Breaking the news this week, Spotify launched a trailer for Archewell Audio, seeing the couple informally introduce their new project.
'Shall we start? Ladies first?' Harry asks Meghan, to which she replied: 'No, say it because I think it sounds really nice with your accent.'
Meghan first introduced the podcast, explaining: 'One of the things my husband and I have always talked about is our passion for meeting people and hearing their stories. And no matter what the story, they usually offer you an understanding of where someone else is coming from and at the same time remind you in some way of a story about yourself.'
'And that's what this project is all about,' Prince Harry continued. 'To bring forward different perspectives and voices that perhaps you haven't heard before and find our common ground. When that happens, change really is possible.'
Meghan continued: 'This is also a moment to celebrate kindness and compassion, something we saw in so many places this year, and which will underlie everything you hear from Archewell Audio.'
There is no official date for the first full episode, but the 'holiday special' is set to be released later this month.
This has got us beyond excited and we are already counting down the days.
Until then, we hope Meghan and Harry have a lovely Christmas!
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