Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, went to New York to attend the Global Citizen Live concert in Central Park last month. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited the city’s memorial for the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center. Royal commentator Roberta Fiorito claimed Harry and Meghan look set to relaunch their social media after a hiatus.
Speaking on the Royally Obsessed podcast, Ms Fiorito said: “I was reading so much about Meghan and Harry having a video camera and a photographer following them.
“We haven’t seen any Archewell updates when they were in New York so we’re going to see tonnes of footage from that.
“There’s maybe a Netflix documentary in the works.
“There’s speculation they are relaunching their social channels and this is all content for that.”
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It comes as WNBC reporter Romney Smith recalled how Meghan and Harry’s photographers and media were outside of the media huddle.
Ms Smith told the Royally Obsessed podcast: “The five-minute cue happened four different times and then they said two minutes.
“At one point everyone got really, really quiet because we saw a couple of other media people and we were like, ‘who are they, and why are they in front of the line?’
“That’s when we realised it really is two minutes because this is their photographers and their media people because none of us knew them.”
Harry and Meghan spoke about vaccine equity with a United Nations official before they join a concert in New York set up to promote the topic.
Deputy Secretary-General of the UN Amina Mohammed said she has been speaking to Harry and Meghan about the issue among other fields they “care about deeply” including climate action and mental health.
This comes ahead of their attendance at Global Citizen Live, which is being staged in New York’s Central Park and around the world, and calls on leaders to adopt a vaccine equity policy.
The couple were pictured in front of the UN logo alongside Ms Mohammed on Saturday, with Meghan wearing a beige blouse and trousers with an auburn jacket, and Harry wearing a black suit and blue tie.
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Ms Mohammed, the former environment minister for Nigeria, shared the picture in a tweet, saying: “In conversation with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
“Sharing how to engage on issues we care about deeply: climate action, women’s economic empowerment, mental well-being, youth engagement, and vaccine equity.”
The UN is hosting the 76th General Assembly, which has been attended by global leaders including Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Global Citizen Live is one of several shows being held in cities from London to Lagos by the organisation Global Citizen, with artists including Ed Sheeran, Sir Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Metallica, and Coldplay scheduled to perform.