Meghan Markle’s hit Archetypes podcast will return next week with a new episode featuring comedian Margaret Cho


Meghan Markle’s Archetypes podcast will return on Tuesday after a four-week hiatus following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Duchess of Sussex’s fourth episode will feature LGBTQI+ comedian, actress and social activist Margaret Cho, according to Variety.

The podcast debuted on Spotify in August, charting at number one in the US, Canada, Ireland, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

Its launch came two years after the former Suits actress and husband Prince Harry first signed a $30 million deal with the streaming giant.

The first episode with 23-time Grand Slam champion Serena Williams caused a stir as Meghan made several digs into the royal family, as she spoke about the double standards women face when labeled ‘ambitious’.

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“I don’t remember personally feeling the negative connotation behind the word ‘ambitious’ until I started dating my husband,” the Duchess said.

“Apparently, ambition is a terrible, terrible thing, for women, according to some,” she said.

Veteran broadcaster Piers Morgan was among those who took to Twitter to slam the Duchess for the first episode.

“It’s not your ambition we dislike, Princess Pinocchio – it’s the vile way you are destroying the royal family while simultaneously exploiting your royal status for millions of dollars like with this podcast,” he tweeted. Morgan.

The second episode featuring Mariah Carey also made headlines, when the singer who won five Grammy Awards and the California-based royal were awkwardly at odds.

Discussing the complexities surrounding the term ‘diva’, the Dreamlover singer admitted that she considers Meghan a ‘diva as well’.

“The diva thing…it’s not something I connect to,” Markle, 41, said.

“You give us Meghan diva moments sometimes,” Carey, 53, quickly replied.

The return of the archetypes will come nearly four weeks after Her Majesty’s passing on Thursday, September 8.

The Royal Family confirmed on Tuesday that the period of royal mourning following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth is now over.

“This account will continue to reflect the work of the King, Queen Consort and other members of the Royal Family, as well as remembering the life and work of Queen Elizabeth,” the family’s Twitter account said. royal.


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