Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will reappear at two public events after the snub they received from Queen Elizabeth II in her speech at the climate summit.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue their work despite the fact that Queen Elizabeth II did not mention them in her speech at COP26 in Glasgow. For the tabloids, the U.S.-based couple received a rebuff as the Queen only mentioned the environmental work of Princes Charles and William.
This Wednesday, November 3, Meghan and Harry have decided to make clear their commitment to climate change and assure that their foundation, Archewell, will be carbon neutral by 2030. This announcement seems to be a direct message to Queen Elizabeth II and her speech at the Glasgow climate summit, which had to be recorded in advance as she is resting at Windsor Castle on medical advice.
Upcoming events of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
The couple will go further and will star in two public events very soon. The grandson of Elizabeth II will reappear on November 9 at the Re:Wired summit, where he will talk about social networks and their dark side.
In the case of Meghan Markle, she will also reappear on November 9, participating in an online meeting organized by the newspaper ‘New York Times’ in which economic and professional parity between men and women will be addressed.