Harry and Meghan: First podcast episode ends with a memory of their wedding

Harry and Meghan
The first podcast episode ends with a memory of their wedding

Harry and Meghan have released their first podcast episode.

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Harry and Meghan's first podcast episode is here! Listeners can look forward to a special memory of the Royal Wedding 2018.

Harry (36) and Meghan (39) have ushered in a new chapter with the opening episode of their podcast "Archewell Audio". On Tuesday (December 29), the couple posted their holiday special on Spotify and shared a very personal memory in it. After around half an hour of recording, which they made together with stars like Elton John (73, "Your Song"), tennis professional Naomi Osaka (23) or presenter James Corden (42), Harry and Meghan said goodbye to their audience with the gospel song " This Little Light of Mine ". A tribute to their wedding in May 2018.

"It was the music we wanted to play when we started our life together," explained Meghan. The song was played "as we went down the steps of the church". Harry added, "The message of this song is very close to our hearts. It's about harnessing the power that each of us has within us to make this world a better place." The couple knew what they were talking about, it protested. "No matter what life throws at you, trust us when we say that love wins," said Meghan.

Harry highlights "meaningful connections"

In their first podcast episode, the former senior royals wanted to make the challenging year 2020 their topic. Not only did they thank the frontline workers, but they also remembered those who experienced "uncertainty and unimaginable loss" during the pandemic. They asked famous friends and people who "inspire us" to review the past months and share their hopes for the coming year.

Harry also did his part: "As we get to the end of this year and look to the future, let's hold on to the lessons we've learned. How important it is to care for one another and how meaningful our connections are even if they are physically impossible. "