- Meghan Markle was invited on a popular kids' YouTube channel to read her book, The Bench
- Meghan explained the reason she wrote the book and detailed why it's illustrated a certain way
- In the three minute video, she calmly read to those watching while seated in her beautiful garden
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Meghan Markle recently made a guest appearance on the YouTube Channel, Brightly Storytime, which is an online series for children where their favourite stories are read by celebrities and authors.
She was invited to read her book, The Bench, to the channel's 100k subscribers and was pictured sitting in her gorgeous garden.
She started off the video introducing herself with her royal title and then went on to speak more about the book, saying:
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“I wrote this as a poem for my husband and our son, Archie, and then turned it into a book so you could enjoy it too.”
After her reading, Meghan ended the video saying she hopes those listening find their own special place, such as bench or chair, and share it with someone they love.
Harry & Meghan tour NYC together, Prince looks shy during speech about his wife
In other news, Briefly News reported that Prince Harry and Meghan were the talk of New York last week as they carried out their first-ever joint public visit to the Big Apple.
Their tour reached its pinnacle as the Royals addressed the world in a six-minute-long appearance on the stage of Global Citizen Live, a 24-hour-long event calling for Covid vaccine equity, Express UK reports.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went on to insist that pharmaceutical companies share what Harry called the "recipe" for coronavirus vaccines, calling for a more humanitarian approach to finding solutions to the pandemic.
"Many countries are ready to produce vaccines back home, yet they aren't allowed to because super-wealthy pharmaceutical giants are not sharing the recipes. ... We are simply waiting for the vaccines intellectual property to be waived so it can be made available all over the world."
As serious as the couple's message was, one small gesture by Prince Harry during the lengthy address proved just how much fans in the audience were enthralled by the couple.
Source: Briefly News