- Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have established cooperation with Procter & Gamble
- The royals, with the support of a popular company, want to draw attention to gender inequalities in the world of sport. “We believe that through community and service to others, we can bring about a systemic cultural change,” Meghan and Harry assured
- The couple’s signing of a contract with a pharmaceutical giant caused controversy in the press, which recalled Meghan Markle’s archival statement on the company’s activities. Prince Harry’s wife accused the company of sexism in the past
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Duchess of Meghan and Prince Harry after the time of abandonment of obligations related to belonging to the British royal family, they are starting various cooperation with global companies. Grandson’s wife Elizabeth II during the last year, incl. signed a contract with Disney, moreover, together with her husband established cooperation with Netfliks and launched a series of original podcasts on Spotify.
Now Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry announced that they had signed a partnership agreement with Procter & Gamble as the “Archewell” foundation. The cooperation of “royals” with the company is to consist, inter alia, in on paying more attention to maintaining gender equality in sport.
Meghan and Harry assured on their website that they would care to “hear the voice of adolescent girls”. They added that they wanted to work with men and boys to promote gender equality. We also read on the website:
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Duchess Meghan started cooperation with a company that she accused of sexism
Information about the cooperation would probably not have aroused greater media interest, if not for the fact that The wife of the heir to the British throne had not openly criticized the policies pursued by the pharmaceutical giant a few years earlier.
Meghan Markle has been active in social matters since she was a child. When she was 11, she wrote a letter to Procter & Gamble, accusing them of sexism and inappropriate language used in TV commercials.
The teenagers did not like a washing-up liquid advertisement in which the sentence is:
As a guest on Nick News in 1993, Meghan Markle admitted that she was “furious” after seeing this advertisement, which she watched with her classmates. She admitted:
Procter & Gamble eventually changed the campaign slogan from “We have in America” to “People all over America.” Today, it is famous for its strong commitment to equality issues.
See also: Yes 11-year-old Meghan Markle is fighting for women’s rights. An old video leaked
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