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Meghan Markle talks to Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell for Archetypes podcast

Meghan Markle has visited her old school for her latest Archetypes podcast on Spotify, in which she explores whether the students were “labelled” or “given space to be human.”

The Duchess of Sussex was joined by Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell and actor and trans actress Michaela Jaé Rodriquez for a conversation “about expressing one’s identity and embracing the nuances that make each of us simply human.”

The episode also features Dr. Shefali Tsabary, poet Amanda Gorman and several students from Meghan’s high school alma mater.

The latest installment of The Duchess of Sussex’s Archetypes was released today. It is entitled ‘Beyond the Archetype: Human, Being’

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle at the Invictus Games Jaguar Land Rover Driving Challenge

Meghan opens the podcast and says, “There’s a work of art in my sitting room — it’s not fancy. It’s kind of a rectangular shape, almost plaque-like. And it simply says “human species” – be both.

“My friend Jen gave it to me a few days ago and it always makes me laugh.

“Because I love her and our friendship — it reminds me of her, we’ve been super close since we were about 17 — but also because it’s true.” Human species – be both.

“It got me thinking about other kinds of puns that resonate and I was thinking specifically about something I was told many years ago.

“You’re not just a human being, you’re an ordinary human being.

“The woman who told me this was trying to remind me to just be easier on myself, something along the lines of saying, don’t let perfect be the enemy of good.

“Well, this is just another version of that same kind of advice, you’re a human being, just a being

And as I think about what we’ve covered in this podcast so far, and the many ways my guests and I have thought about the girls we once were and the women we’ve become, I wanted to share a big part of my origin story – my old school.

‘I wanted to investigate whether these labels and boxes are part of the self-identification of the young women there. Or if they have given themselves the space to be human.’

Meghan attended Immaculate Heart school in LA, which is known for its emphasis on health, wellness and fitness.

Walking back into the school, she described how the memories “came back.”

“It’s so great because you come back to this environment as an adult, it feels so small, but when you’re in high school, this campus was so big.

Middle school and high school is a really big time for everyone in their lives. You are so impressionable and you also think you know everything when you are a teenager.

‘But especially for young women, this is the period in which you start to look around a bit.

About the culture and society, the messages you receive, and you constantly ask yourself: how am I supposed to be?

“That was a lot anyway. My experience with puberty and maybe things have changed.’

Meghan is heard talking to three young women who have just graduated from college, Abigail, Diana and Grace.

When asked what labels they thought were put on them, one of them answered “the b-word,” while another said “bossy.”

Meghan then mentions the word “bimbo” and says, “So, when you guys hear the word bimbo, who do you think of or what do you think of?”

After one of them replies that they’ve only heard the word on TikTok, Meghan says, “I mean, talk about getting older myself, but this idea of ​​the bimbo, the dumb blonde, this was something I grew up watching all the time . , and here we go, they didn’t have that.’

The royal family then tells the group how she was once given a religious studies assignment at school to plan her own wedding.

“That’s insane,” one of them replies.

Meghan then has a talk with Dr. Shefali Tsabary, an expert on family dynamics and personal development.

The Duchess announces the episode’s theme and announces that she intends to look at how women can rediscover “what happened.” [to them] over the years’ and ‘reconnecting with some of the core tenets of [their] being’.

Yesterday it emerged that Archetypes seemed to have dropped in popularity with US listeners, with the latest episode sitting at just 77 on the US charts as of 1pm yesterday – trailing a collection of lullabies.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the 2021 Salute To Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on November 10 last year

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the 2021 Salute To Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on November 10 last year

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attend the 2021 Salute To Freedom Gala at the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on November 10 last year

The 'Episode' ranking is 'determined solely by the number of unique listeners on that day'

The 'Episode' ranking is 'determined solely by the number of unique listeners on that day'

The ‘Episode’ ranking is ‘determined solely by the number of unique listeners on that day’

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