Meghan Markle has lightly ribbed Prince Harry for his stiff "podcast voice" as the couple proudly launched a teaser of their new Archewell Audio podcast on Spotify today.
In the audio, the ex-senior Royal Family members hinted their new podcast will shine a light on "acts of compassion and kindness".
Sounding unsure, Prince Harry says: "Shall we start? No? Ladies first?"
Meghan coaxes him: "No, say it because I think it sounds really nice with your accent."
"What, Archewell Audio?" says Harry.
The Hollywood royals then explain what Archewell Audio will be all about and say they are looking forward to sharing inspiring stories with their fans.
They then touch on what a devastating effect the pandemic has had on families and individuals, but at the same time how it has brought people closer together.
Harry says: "So many people have been through so much pain this year.
"Experiencing loss, a huge amount of uncertainty but it feels worth acknowledging that 2020 has connected us in ways we never could have imagined through endless acts of compassion and kindness."
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He implores listeners to follow the podcast on Spotify to get an alert for the first episode and adds: "And welcome to Archewell Audio."
At this point, Meghan bursts into giggles at his formal tone and says: "Oh, he has a podcast voice!"
The couple will be releasing their first episode later this month, starting with a Christmas special episode, in an exclusive deal with Spotify.
In her first televised appearance after announcing her heartbreaking miscarriage, Meghan praised the "quiet heroes" who helped feed the hungry during the pandemic in a pre-taped message for a CNN special report.
Earlier in December, Harry admitted 2020 "had been tough" in his first public appearance after they shared the tragic news.
Meghan is the second royal to publically share her miscarriage heartache, following Zara Tindall speaking out on two painful pregnancy losses she experienced before the birth of her daughter, Lena.
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