Meghan uses Ellen DeGeneres interview to call for paid family leave in the US

NS Duchess of Sussex In an interview with chat show host Ellen DeGeneres, America has renewed its call to implement paid family leave.

Appearing on NBC’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday afternoon, Meghan emphasized the importance of paid leave, which was involve Joe Biden’s $1.75tn in Social Services and Environment Bill, But the Measure Is against Republicans and by at least one prominent Democratic senator.

“I think people really forget, or don’t even know, that in this country, it’s one of only six countries in the whole world and the only wealthy country in the whole world that doesn’t have a federal paid leave order. And he has the program,” Meghan said.

“Everyone knows, especially if you have a baby and even if you haven’t, you know how difficult it is and how difficult it is and how important those first few weeks are.” , if not months, then living together as a family.

“And the fact that we don’t offer something here means that now, as a mother of two, I will do everything I can to make sure we can make it applicable to people.”

Meghan wrote an open letter Top Congressional Democrats Chuck Schumer, Senate Majority Leader, and Nancy Pelosi, House Speaker, in October advocated legislation mandating paid leave.

“It’s not about right or left, it’s about right or wrong. It’s about putting families above politics,” wrote Meghan his new reason,

Meghan’s presence on The TV show was kept a secret until Wednesday, when DeGeneres posted a trailer for the interview on Twitter.

The pair also discussed how Meghan and her husband, Britain’s Prince Harry, went to a Halloween party secretly in 2016 just before their relationship was made public.

And Meghan revealed that Harry, whom she sometimes refers to as “H”, is enjoying California.

“Lifestyle, the weather is awesome. We’re just happy,” Meghan, who was born in Los Angeles, said.

Meghan and Harry’s interview with Oprah Winfrey made headlines earlier this year Worldwide,

Ellen DeGeneres appears with Meghan on Thursday’s broadcast. Photograph: Michael Rozman/AP

In that interview, Meghan said that she experienced racism from a member of the royal family, and said that she had experienced suicidal thoughts as a result of the environment created by the British tabloid media and the institution of the monarchy.

Conversations with DeGeneres on Thursday were mostly light, however, as the Duchess and the chatshow host discussed their plans for next week’s Thanksgiving festivities. Meghan plans to cook for the event, she said.

It’s the final season of DeGeneres’ long-running show, which ran into trouble last year. Behind the scenes allegations of sexual harassment and racist behavior on the show,

Buzzfeed News The report said she spoke to 36 former employees, many of whom confirmed incidents of sexual misconduct, harassment and assault. The outlet reported that the allegations included sexual misconduct between executives and lower-level employees, including solicitations for sex.

DeGeneres apologized and said she “wasn’t able to be on top of everything and relied on others to do their jobs because they knew I wanted them to”.

The show may appear an awkward stage for the Duchess to pick up on, but she, Harry and DeGeneres have been friends for a few years and DeGeneres has previously defended the couple against media scrutiny.

Meghan and Harry broke away From the British royal family early last year and later moved to LA.

DeGeneres has previously described them as “the cutest couple, so down to earth” and added: “I see they’re being attacked and it’s not fair.”