- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently spoke about life during the pandemic and baby Archie reaching certain milestones
- The couple spoke candidly during an interview with Malala Yousafzai
- Harry and Meghan also spoke about issues young girls are faced with in light of International Day of the Girl Child
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently shared some intimate details about their life during the lockdown while in an interview with Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai. The interview was had in light of International Day of the Girl Child, which America is observing today.
During the live chat interview, Meghan shared with Malala that she thought that the coronavirus pandemic was robbing young girls of their right to education as well as their childhood. She also emphasised on the value educated young girls can have on their community.
"When young girls have access to education, everyone wins and everyone succeeds. It just opens the door for societal success on a whole new level," she said during the candid interview.
"So much is at stake when you don't give a young woman the opportunity to learn and get an education," she added.
While Prince Harry added that young girls have a big impact on climate change, saying that giving young girls the education they need can help them defer climate change which critical in helping the world as a whole become "less susceptible to disaster."
The couple also opened up about the effect the pandemic has had on their personal lives, gushing over their son Archie's recent milestones, which they excitedly mentioned they both got to witness.
"We were both there for his first walk, his first run, his first fall, his first everything," beamed Harry in the interview with Molala.
Briefly.co.za previously reported, The royal couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, have finally been able to pay taxpayers back after using £2.4 million of their money to refurbish their home at Windsor Castle. The couple made the payment after they signed a multi-million dollar deal with streaming service giant, Netflix, their spokesperson said in a statement.
Earlier this year, the couple revealed that they will be denouncing their royal responsibilities and seeking financial independence from the royal family. This meant that the couple had to give up their income, which at the time was funded by taxpayers.
The Duke and Duchess subsequently promised to pay back all the money they used to renovate their home, he Frogmore Cottage. According to their spokesperson, the money given back to the taxpayers fully covered all of the renovation costs.
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