Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making big moves to expand their business empire — one year after exiting the royal family.
Riding the momentum from a blockbuster televised interview, the couple made several announcements this week, including a new partnership with Proctor and Gamble (PG), the same company a young Meghan Markle called out over sexist ads 28 years ago.
The multi-year, global initiative was publicized through the couple’s Archewell Foundation, and is set to “focus on gender equality, more inclusive online spaces, and resilience and impact through sport.” A financial agreement has not yet been disclosed.
In addition, Prince Harry’s much-anticipated Apple TV+ (AAPL) series with Oprah Winfrey finally has a release date. On Monday, it was announced that the program — titled “The Me You Can’t See” — will debut on May 21.
The series will see Winfrey and Harry, who serve as co-creators and executive producers, lead discussions on mental health with high-profile guests including Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, San Antonio Spurs’ DeMar DeRozan, celebrity chef Rashad Armstead, and more.
The news follows Harry’s hiring as the chief impact officer at San Francisco-based mental health startup BetterUp.
At the moment, there are no details on his compensation or employment agreement, although the Wall Street Journal reports he will be joining…