Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Appeared On Television To Highlight The Importance Of The US Presidential Election
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry appeared on television to highlight the importance of participating in the US presidential election.
Meghan and Harry — just like that, without the titles Duke and Duchess of Sussex were announced a few days ago as participants in the broadcast on the ABC channel, dedicated to the release of Time magazine's "100 most influential people" project. For him, the couple recorded a small video in the backyard of their home in Santa Barbara. That is Harry and Meghan's first appearance on television since they relinquished the powers of senior members of the British Royal family. The Sussex people again indicated that They were not going to stay away from acute social and political issues.
"There are only six weeks left before the elections. Today is the day of voter registration. Every four years, we are told: "This is the most important election of our lives." And now it really is. When we vote, our values materialize, our voices are heard. Your voice is a reminder that you matter," Meghan told viewers. British Prince Harry also spoke about the US presidential election but focused on another aspect of this event: "November is approaching, now it is important to avoid hate speech, misinformation, and negativity in the Network. The information we consume and interact with online has a very real impact on us."