Meghan Markle interrupted Prince Harry, asking him to “stop” as he acknowledged they were too old to participate in a conversation about the next generation.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle made a virtual appearance for the QCT (Queen’s Commonwealth Trust). The Duchess of Sussex, along with the Duke of Sussex interacted with several creative young people online, including YouTubers and charity founders earlier this week to produce ideas about how internet communities can be used for good.
During the discussion, Prince Harry joked that he felt too old to be a part of the conversation as the next generation is slated to inherit the world, including son Archie as Meghan pointed out. “People and communities are becoming incredibly confused and you can feel that across the world at the moment,” he said.
Noting that it feels good to be around positivity and optimism, he told the young people online that they were doing exactly that. Prince Harry also noted that he likes the fact that they were all so well connected, pointing out that was why the created, to bind them all together.
He went on to tell them to use that thinking, that awareness, and that self-awareness to make the world a better place.
“I say you but I want to include us.
“I already feel like I am way too old for this conversation.”
Meghan Markle interrupted, “Stop, we are not that old.”
Prince Harry reminded them that they will be inheriting this world before Meghan added: “And Archie.”
The chat was hosted by the QCT earlier this week. Harry and Meghan are president and vice president of the QCT. A royal commentator warned that Meghan Markle is capable of diverting attention away from crucial Royal Family engagements.
In an interview with talkRADIO, Royal author Angela Levin said the Duchess of Sussex couldn’t tolerate being on the sidelines during her time as a royal and accused of her of trying to outsmart the Royal Family.
They say in the book that she wanted to be on the frontline, she was on the sidelines and could not cope with that,” Levin said.