World Prince Harry and Meghan meet top UN official amid world leaders' gathering
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'.
Prince Harry and Meghan have met with a top UN official during the world body's biggest annual gathering.
Thevisited the headquarters in New York to speak with deputy secretary-general Amina Mohammed.
Ms Mohammed said they discussed "how to engage on issues we care about deeply", such as vaccine equity,, the economic empowerment of women, youth engagement and mental wellbeing.
"It was a lovely meeting," Meghan said afterwards.
Prince Harry and Meghan demand world leaders share vaccine in New York
According to the Global Citizen Live website, the Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, will attend the event in New York on Saturday.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 the COVID-19 vaccines to everyone, everywhere' - according to Global Citizen.
The UN said Ms Mohammed welcomed the couple's work to address the organisation's 17 sustainable development goals, which were created in 2015 and include objectives like ending hunger and poverty, achieving gender equality and combating climate change.
The trio met ahead of their scheduled appearances at the Global Citizen concert in Central Park later on Saturday.
The star-studded, 24-hour event aims to encourage climate action and urge wealthier countries to share one billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines with other nations.
Billie Eilish and Ed Sheeran are among the musicians expected to headline the festival, which features performances in cities including New York, London and Sydney.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'planning trip to the UK before Christmas'
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are planning to return to the UK in the coming months, according to royal author Katie Nicholl. This will be the first time Meghan Markle has returned since the couple resigned as full-time working members of the monarchy and moved to the US in 2020. Prince Harry has made two trips this year — one for Prince Philip's funeral in April, and again for the unveiling of a statue of his mother Princess Diana in July. TheThis will be the first time Meghan Markle has returned since the couple resigned as full-time working members of the monarchy and moved to the US in 2020.
Tens of thousands of people are set to attend, with millions likely to tune in to the broadcast.
Prince Harry and Meghan are due to speak at the event in New York as part of their first major public trip since quitting as senior royals.
Earlier this week they visited the city's memorial for the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center, with New York City mayor Bill de Blasio and the state's governor, Kathy Hochul, joining them.
The UN is currently hosting the annual general assembly of world leaders, who have been discussing efforts to fight climate change and COVID-19.
Meghan has been involved with the UN women's agency for several years, acting as "advocate for political participation and leadership".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were among those chosen as Time magazine's 100 most influential people last week.
Last year, the couple, moving to California and launching their Archewell Foundation.
They have previously supported other Global Citizen initiatives, acting as campaign chairs for a Vax Live event in May which encouraged donations to Covax, an initiative working to provide vaccines for low and middle-income countries.
In a speech he made on stage, Prince Harry called for coronavirus jabs to be "distributed to everyone everywhere".
Fears Prince Harry will name 'royal racist' in upcoming memoir .
There are growing fears Prince Harry will name the 'royal racist' in his upcoming memoir, further 'damaging' the British monarchy, a royal author claims. The Duke of Sussex, 37, confirmed he is working on the tell-all to be released by Penguin Random House in 2022. "The publishers are going to want a lot for their money, such as naming this so-called racist," royal reporter and author Penny Junor told The Sun. READ MORE: Woman refuses to let sister-in-law borrow her wedding dress after being uninvited from nuptials © AP Meghan and Harry first made the allegations during a 2020 interview with Oprah Winfrey.