Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make their first TV appearance after their controversial Megxit.
Fans will finally see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in ABC’s TIME 100 Special on Tuesday, Sept. 22. The couple will be part of the magazine’s 100 Most Influential People annual list that will be broadcasted live for the first time.
TIME’s 100 Special details
The Sussexes will join Trevor Noah, Sandra Oh, Kumail Nanjiani, and John Legend at the event.
According to E! News, the TV special will feature the full list of the 100 influential people in the world. It will be an “entertainment-filled inside look at the leaders, creators and everyday heroes” that will be in TIME’s 2020 list ahead of its publication.
Aside from TV, fans cans see the show on TIME’s website, Hello! noted. On the other hand, the TIME 100 issue will be out on Sept. 25.
Prince Harry and Meghan are now establishing their new lives in the U.S. after they stepped down as senior royals in March. They now moved to their official home in Montecito in Santa Barbara with their son, Archie.
Since their move, the two had been making public appearances, visiting different charities and organizations. They recently went to Los Angeles, where they planted flowers in honor of Princess Diana.
They had also held several Zoom meetings with their patronages.
The moves and changes in Prince Harry, Meghan’s lives after Megxit
Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan stepped back from their royal duties, they had become a global sensation.
They declared their desire to become “financially independent” and divide their time between the U.S. and the U.K.
Sadly, they had yet to do this due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Express noted.
The couple completed their royal engagement in March before they officially left the monarchy. They first moved to Canada and later relocated to California before the borders shut down due to the virus.
Their next move was to buy their first-ever home, the £11.2-million mansion in Montecito, boasting luxurious features and amenities.
Recently, Prince Harry and Meghan signed a multi-million deal with Netflix to produce “documentaries, films, and children’s programs.”
Later, they managed to pay the taxpayer money used to the renovation of their Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor in full. Despite their move to the U.S., this house would remain their home whenever they would visit Britain.
Since the COVID-19 lockdown began, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had been helping the most vulnerable people in Los Angeles.
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