Meghan Markle talks to Daily Show host Trevorrow and director Judd Apatow

Meghan Markle today released the final episode of her Archetypes podcast, featuring male guests for the first time since Prince Harry ‘suggested’ it.

The Duchess of Sussex has admitted that her British husband said she should talk to the men on the show, currently 29 in the Spotify charts, to ‘change the gender debate’.

duchess of sussex The Daily Show host Trevor Noah, film director Judd Apatow, and Real Housewives executive producer Andy Cohen to talk about their ‘labels and tropes that try to hold women back.

Her Spotify podcast deal is said to be worth $18 million and episode 12 of her show has been completed two years after she signed a contract with the streaming giant.

The Duchess of Sussex’s latest Archetypes episode was released today, hosted by The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, film director Judd Apatow and US broadcaster Andy Cohen.

Meghan revealed the first male guest on Archetypes came after her prince harry – the only female so far to appear in an episode – suggested that she should.

She said: ‘Now, if you’ve been listening to the last eleven episodes, you might have noticed that you haven’t heard many men’s voices, actually, until now outside of a quick pop, from my husband, in the first episode inside, this The show exclusively featured women’s voices.

‘It was important to us that women have a space to share their authentic and deeply complex and dynamic experiences to be heard. And be understood.

‘But through that process it also occurred to me, and to be honest with my husband’s suggestion, that if we really want to change how we think about gender and the limiting labels in which we separate people If we do, we have to broaden. Conversation.

‘And we have to actively engage men in that conversation and certainly in that effort. So all we’re doing today is we’re going to break it open out of the box.

Trevor Noah has now insisted he did not claim 'the whole of the UK is racist' as he sought to clarify comments he made on The Daily Show following the appointment of Rishi Sunak as prime minister.

Trevor Noah has now insisted he did not claim ‘the whole of the UK is racist’ as he sought to clarify comments he made on The Daily Show following the appointment of Rishi Sunak as prime minister.

Talk TV host Piers Morgan criticized The Daily Show and other US media outlets for 'falsely portraying Britain as a racist country'.  Responding to Morgan on Twitter, Noah said, 'Come on Pierce you're smarter than that.  'I wasn't saying 'the whole UK is racist', I was responding to racists who don't want Rishi as PM because of his caste... That's why I said 'some people'.'

Talk TV host Piers Morgan criticized The Daily Show and other US media outlets for ‘falsely portraying Britain as a racist country’. Responding to Morgan on Twitter, Noah said, ‘Come on Pierce you’re smarter than that. ‘I wasn’t saying ‘the whole UK is racist’, I was responding to racists who don’t want Rishi as PM because of his caste… That’s why I said ‘some people’.’

Last month Noah was involved in a row with the prime minister after calling Britain a racist country, falsely claiming that Rishi Sunak was ‘going to take over Indians’ after becoming PM.

But in a video posted on Twitter from The Daily Show, Noah said: ‘To see the story of Rishi Sunak becoming the first prime minister of England in color, of Indian origin, and then seeing the backlash is one of the more telling things . How people view the role that they or their people have played in history.

‘ And by that I mean, you hear a lot of people saying, “Oh, they’re taking over, now the Indians are going to take over Great Britain and what’s next?”

‘And I always find myself going: “So what? What are you afraid of?”

Historian, author and podcaster Tom Holland said: ‘As always, the inability of American liberals to understand the world beyond America in anything other than American terms is surprising.

(The chances of a right-wing party in America electing a Hindu as its leader are, I agree, effectively nil.) British colonial rule ended.

Noah, 38, grew up in a mixed-race family during apartheid, and is one of America’s best-known satirists. His family moved to East Africa and then settled in the UK in the 1960s.

Meghan Markle Admits She Used to Love Watching Real Housewives, But Stopped When ‘My Life Had Its Level of Drama’

Meghan Markle has admitted she is a fan of the Real Housewives franchise but stopped craving ‘other people’s drama’ when her own life turned turbulent.

duchess of sussexThe 41-year-old, who lives in Montecito, California, spoke with the presenter about her love for the show Andy Cohen on his podcast Archetypes.

She said she loved The Real Housewives of Orange County because the women on the show felt close to their lives as California natives, but also ‘exotic’.

Cohen scoffs at rumors claiming Meghan will appear on him and later on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills prince harry moved to the US in 2020 after Megxit and the mother of two insisted she had no plans to come to any reality TV performance.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, who lives in Montcito, California, spoke with presenter Andy Cohen about her love for the show on his podcast Archetypes.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, who lives in Montcito, California, spoke with presenter Andy Cohen about her love for the show on his podcast Archetypes.

However, Meghan will soon appear in a fly-on-the-wall series when Netflix releases it £88 million production on December 8 next week after the Duchess and Prince Harry,

After longtime fan of the show Andy Cohen, one of three male guests on this week’s episode of Archetype, told Meghan: ‘I think the million dollar question is, do you still watch Housewives ? That’s what we’re dying to know.

Meghan replied: ‘Well, I’ll tell you the truth. I stopped watching Housewives when I had my own level of drama in my life.

‘That I stopped…’ Andy completed his sentence for her by saying: ‘The longing of other people.’

Meghan agreed with his explanation, adding: ‘I understand why it was such a big part of pop culture and when it started because you started in Orange County and I’m from California at least,’ she added.

She said, “It felt remotely like a world I knew but still felt so foreign.”

Cohen referred to the rumors that were swirling around Meghan’s possible appearance on the franchise’s Beverly Hills series after she and the Duke of Sussex stepped down as senior royals and moved to America.

She laughed them off saying that she was not aware of any rumors and that she will not appear in any TV reality TV show.