Prince Harry and Meghan ‘don’t have enough hours in the day’ to get everything done

Prince Harry and Meghan: Expert discusses couple’s workload

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The comments follow a discussion on the Royally Obsessed podcast where hosts Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie speculated as to whether Prince Harry filmed his interviews for the new landmark BBC Prince Philip documentary in London or Los Angeles.  The pair questioned when Prince Harry, who features heavily throughout the documentary which aired on Wednesday, would have found the time to film the scenes.

Speaking on the podcast, Rachel Bowie noted how Prince Harry’s appearance on the show is also his first big family project since he and Meghan left the Royal Family.

She also questioned when the BBC would have been able to get the Prince to sit down as speculation rises over further possible interactions Harry could have had with the Royal Family during the making of the documentary.

Co-host Robert Fiorito suggested Prince Harry could have filmed the scenes when he was over in the UK to unveil the statue to his late mother Diana, the Princess of Wales back in July on what would have been her 60th birthday.

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But Ms Fiorito stressed she was surprised the BBC would have managed to squeeze Harry in for a chat as she highlighted how the trip was so quick anyway.

The Royal expert went on to shower the Sussexes in praise as she claimed “they squeeze so much into their days” when the pair are working.

And in a surprise statement, she added: “I don’t even think Harry and Meghan have enough hours in their days! Same with William and Kate.”

She joked: “They probably got him in there, said a few things, and got them out!”

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Rachel Bowie added how the question as to when, where and how Prince Harry sat down to talk to the BBC has left her “confused and perplexed by the timing”.

The comments stem from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s packed work schedule which features a raft of both corporate and charitiable responsibilities.

Since leaving the Royal Family the pair have launched their own production company Archewell which has offered a platform for the pair to produce Spotify podcasts and broker large commercial deals with Netflix.

Prince Harry has also branched out, working with talk show host star Oprah Winfrey on ‘The Me You Can’t See’, a series about mental health for Apple TV.

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He also devotes large amounts if his time organising the Invictus Games, a sports competition for disabled and wounded military personnel, which he set up in 2014.

While Meghan is producing a new animated film titled ‘Pearl’ for Netflix which is due out in 2022.

More recently, the Duchess of Sussex launched her latest 40×40 project on her 40th Birthday – the scheme aims to assist women back into work by asking mentors to give 40 minutes of their time to mentor other women back into the workplace.

Meghan also released her first picture book titled ‘The Bench’ earlier this year.

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