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Prince William and Prince Harry show united front in latest trailer for Prince Philip documentary
Royal brothers Prince Harry and Prince William have joined forces to honour the memory of their late grandfather Prince Philip in an upcoming documentary. Royal brothers Prince Harry and Prince William have joined forces to honour the memory of their late grandfather Prince Philip in an upcoming documentary.
and are set to make their first public trip since moving to to broadcast from Central Park for Global Citizen Live event.
In May, the Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, acted as Campaign Chairs of Vax Live, which 'aims to inspire vaccine confidence worldwide and help get thevaccines to everyone, everywhere' - according to Global Citizen.
And according to the organisation's website, the couple will attend the event in New York on Saturday where they will 'continue their urgent work with world leaders in the pursuit of global vaccine equity to end the COVID-19 pandemic for everyone, everywhere.'
Harry and Meghan Make Time’s Most Influential People List: See the Cover
Harry and Meghan Make Time’s Most Influential People List: See the CoverThe pair were named part of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people of 2021. José Andrés, World Central Kitchen founder, wrote the feature on the duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40.
It marks the first occasion the couple have appeared in public together since stepping back from royal duty and moving to California last year.
It also marks the return to work for the Duke and Duchess, who have taken several months off following the birth of their daughter Lilibet in May.
Meghan has previously made several high profile trips to New York to visit friends in recent years.
The Duchess celebrated the impending birth of her firstborn son Archie by flying to the Big Apple by private jet in 2019, provoking outcry with the five-day baby shower celebration. Around 20 friends attended, including Serena Williams and Amal Clooney.
Months later, she visited the state again for a flying trip away to support her close friend Serena Williams in the US Open final.
Prince Harry and Meghan transform Archewell website
Prince Harry, 37, and Meghan Markle, 40, who are living in their $14 million mansion in California, have given their website a makeover. It now features an image of them prominently.In December last year the Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, who are currently living in their $14 million Californian mansion, launched the site of their non-profit organisation, in which they vowed to 'unleash the power of compassion' and Harry described himself as his 'mother's son'.
It's far from the first time that the couple have spoken out about vaccine equity.
Prince Harry had his name in lights as he was greeted with wild cheers and a standing ovation by a rapturous crowd during a speech at a Global Citizen star-studded concert in Los Angeles in May, while his then heavily pregnant wife Meghan stayed at home.
Harry told the audience of vaccinated frontline workers 'every single one of you are awesome' before urging them to 'look beyond ourselves' as he joined A-list Hollywood celebrities at Vax Live - an initiative to encourage rich countries to share vaccines.
Harry delivered a five-minute address calling for vaccines to be shared with poorer countries, which was regularly punctuated by more rapturous cheers.
Speaking in a markedly different accent than his previous Queen's English, Harry said: 'We must look beyond ourselves with empathy and compassion for those we know, and those we don't. We need to lift up all of humanity and make sure that no person or community is left behind.'
Lady Louise Windsor found Prince Philip's interest in her carriage driving 'slightly scary'
Lady Louise Windsor found it "slightly scary" having her late grandfather, Prince Philip, "so involved" in her passion for carriage driving but admitted it was "incredible" to learn from the Duke of Edinburgh.The 17-year-old royal - who is the daughter of Prince Edward and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex - admitted it was "incredible" to have learned so much about the pursuit from the Duke of Edinburgh, but it could also be intimidating because he was such a key figure in the sport.
The Sussexes said in a statement earlier this year: 'Over the past year, our world has experienced pain, loss and struggle – together. Now we need to recover and heal – together. We can't leave anyone behind.
'We will all benefit, we will all be safer, when everyone everywhere has equal access to the vaccine.
'We must pursue equitable vaccine distribution, and in that, restore faith in our common humanity. This mission couldn't be more critical or important.'
Global Citizen describes itself as a movement of 'engaged citizens who are using their collective voice to end extreme poverty by 2030'.
Its website states: 'Global Citizens learn about the systemic causes of extreme poverty, take action on those issues, and earn rewards for their actions — as part of a global community committed to lasting change.'
'Their mission is to build a movement of 100M action-taking Global Citizens to help achieve our vision of ending extreme poverty by 2030.'
The appearance from the royal couple comes a week after they graced the cover of Time magazine as they were named among the world's 100 most influential people.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive in New York and visit One World Observatory
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle smiled and waved to waiting fans and photographers as they arrived at New York's One World Trade Centre on Thursday. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex popped on their face masks at the door before heading up to the building's observatory on the top floor where they posed for photographs with Harry looking dotingly at his wife in one sweet snap. The visit kicks off the couple's US East Coast trip, which will also include appearing during the Global Citizen Live event over the weekend.
Prince Harry and Meghan said they were 'humbled' to be the cover stars of Time magazine's 2021 list in a feature that includes an 'awkward' photoshoot and a gushing tribute from a friend who praises them for 'giving a voice to the voiceless' and 'running toward the struggle' rather than living a quiet life in their California mansion.
The US publication released a glossy and heavily-airbrushed cover on Harry's 37th birthday showing the Duke of Sussex stood behind his wife with his arms on her right shoulder in the 'icons' section of the annual line-up alongside Naomi Osaka, Dolly Parton, Britney Spears and Alexei Navalny.
One critic claimed the cover photo reflected the power dynamic in the relationship, because Meghan is in front of her husband, tweeting: 'Wow, this photo speaks volumes. There is no hiding who's in control'.
But Time's picture editor, Dilys Ng, who made the final decision on the cover image, said today that the portrait captures the Sussexes' 'powerful dynamic as equal partners'.
The couple responded to being named on the list of the world's most distinguished people with a post on their Archewell website that read: 'Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, are not only humbled to be part of this year’s TIME 100 through the words of friend and partner José Andrés, but to also write in praise of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the publication’s annual list of Most Influential People.'
Are Harry and Meghan recording NYC tour for Netflix or Spotify?
A wire was spotted poking from the prince's shirt and into his chino pocket as he leaned forward to hug Harlem restaurant owner Melba Wilson Friday afternoon.A tell-tale wire was spotted poking out from underneath the prince's shirt and trailing into his chino pocket as he leaned forward to hug Melba restaurant owner Melba Wilson that afternoon.
The glossy photos of the Sussexes are accompanied by a profile, branded sycophantic by critics, written by their friend and chef Mr Andrés, whose charity World Central Kitchen is loved by the Sussexes and supported financially by their Archewell foundation in India and the Caribbean.
He wrote: 'In a world where everyone has an opinion about people they don't know, the duke and duchess have compassion for the people they don't know. They don't just opine. They run toward the struggle.' Mr Andrés said the couple are 'blessed through birth and talent, and burned by fame', adding: 'It would be much safer to enjoy their good fortune and stay silent. That's not what Harry and Meghan do, or who they are'.
On the cover Harry is dressed in all black and Meghan in all white on a terrace at their $14.65million mansion and then in green smiling at eachother and holding hands while walking through their estate in Montecito, California.
In another image they are in matching grey office-style clothes next to a window in outfits chosen by celebrity stylists Clare and Nina Hallwroth, who have recently dressed Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston, in pictures taken by Serbian Pari Dukovic. But one critic, a fellow photographer, tweeted: 'Terrible retouching job. They look CGI'.
Others wrote: 'This photo looks photoshopped. Also, the way they are positioned is very revealing: it's the Meghan show and Harry is just the supporting actor'. One critic said: 'Harry looks completely awkward peering behind his wife like this'.
Meghan Markle Gushes Over 'Beautiful' Daughter Lilibet During NYC Trip .
Meghan Markle Gushes Over 'Beautiful' Daughter Lilibet During NYC Trip“She’s beautiful!” the Suits alum, 40, told an onlooker at One World Trade Center on Thursday, September 23, when asked how the infant is doing, according to Cosmopolitan.