Breaking News | Meghan Harry planning TV show that takes a ‘political stance’ on feminism and racial inequality

Breaking News | Meghan Harry planning TV show that takes a 'political stance' on feminism and racial inequality

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are working on a new TV show that takes a ‘political stance’ on feminism and racial inequality.

The show, which will focus on ‘normal’ people, has been pitched to a number of TV executives, the Mirror reports.

An insider told the paper that the aim of the show will be to empower women and tackle the issue of racial inequality.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are working on a new TV show that takes a ‘political stance’ on feminism and racial inequality

They added that although the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will both appear in the show, the project will not be about them.

Both Harry and Meghan will work as joint producers for the show which they initially pitched back in June.

Meetings have already been held with TV bosses such as NBC Universal’s chairman of content studios, Bonnie Hammer, who Meghan has known since her time on the show Suits.

Back in April, Meghan provided voice overs for the Disney+ documentary Elephants, and now the Royal couple hope to produce their own ‘worthy’ documentaries through their own film and television production company.

In April, Meghan provided voice overs for the Disney+ documentary Elephants and along with Harry, she hopes to continue doing voice over work through their own film and television production company

This includes further voice over work for documentaries on issues such as climate change and mental health, which is a topic particularly close to Harry’s heart.

The Royal couple have also taken part in a back-to-school charity event in Los Angeles as they continue to settle into their new American lifestyle.

Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 39, both wearing face coverings, distributed supplies, clothes and nappies at a drive-through run by Los Angeles charity Baby2Baby, which provides basic necessities for families in need.

Pictures show the couple handing supplies in through the windows of vehicles at Dr Owen Lloyd Knox Elementary School in South LA on Wednesday. 

The Royal couple also took part in a back-to-school charity event in Los Angeles as they continue to settle into their new American lifestyle

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