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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have teamed up with Spotify to present their new Archewell Audio podcast. However, commentator Darren Grimes has warned that it could be a dangerous move on the part of the Duke and Duchess. During his Reasoned Youtube show, he said it could put the royal family in a compromised position if the royal couple featured anyone with strong political views.

Mr Grimes also reflected on what Meghan and Harry might talk about on this podcast and whether they would choose to delve into politics themselves.
He also wondered how the royal family would react to this possibility.

He said: “We have already seen that they have their own honors and gongs to distribute now in competition with the OBEs of Her Majesty the Queen of MBEs, the Knights, you name it.

“Will Meghan and Harry also be offering other policy platforms?”

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“What is their status as members of the royal family, as this is starting to become quite dangerous territory for the royal family.

“If these celebrities are able to tour Hollywood, be the center of a camera on Netflix or the audio of a Spotify playlist that uplifts those with political views, it might actually go to going against the grain and breaking royal protocol.

“Surely, it calls into question, the farce of wanting privacy, which has been exposed as the far-fetched farce it always has been.

“But it also shows that the royal family did not take the royal titles away from this couple.

Mr. Grimes said, “Spotify commented on this deal, launching this Archewell Audio podcast channel.

“They said, ‘We look forward to hearing from listeners directly from them and the other creators they will bring up through our global platform. ”

“Which people will Meghan and Harry be raising through their global platform?” ”



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