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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle May Soon Visit the White House

Best Life Logo By Diane Clehane of Best Life | Slide 1 of 7: Now that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have official launched their foundation Archewell, and its accompanying podcast, the couple have made clear what their focus will be in 2021. On the landing page of their foundation's website, they posted a letter that reads, in part, "Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we can choose to put compassion in action." As it turns out, their goals are in sync with the new president of the United States, Joe Biden.In September, when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared together in a Time 100 video, they weighed in on the 2020 presidential race, urging Americans to vote in what Meghan described as "the most important election of our lifetime." At the time, Harry implored voters to reject "hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity," which was perceived as an implicit endorsement of the president-elect.While the Sussexes' comments may have been interpreted as political, their relationship with the Bidens is deeply personal: Harry has had a friendship with incoming First Lady Dr. Jill Biden for nearly a decade. While Harry and Meghan's friendship with the former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama is widely known, it's the prince's unlikely connection with Jill Biden that may prompt the duke and duchess to visit the White House now that Biden is being officially sworn in.Read on to find out how their friendship began and what it could mean for Harry and Meghan in the future. And for more on the latest with the royal family, find out Why Prince William's COVID Diagnosis Could Spell Disaster For the Royals.Read the original article on Best Life.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle May Soon Visit the White House

Now that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have official launched their foundation Archewell, and its accompanying podcast, the couple have made clear what their focus will be in 2021. On the landing page of their foundation's website, they posted a letter that reads, in part, "Together, we can choose courage, healing, and connection. Together, we can choose to put compassion in action." As it turns out, their goals are in sync with the new president of the United States, Joe Biden.

In September, when the Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared together in a Time 100 video, they weighed in on the 2020 presidential race, urging Americans to vote in what Meghan described as "the most important election of our lifetime." At the time, Harry implored voters to reject "hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity," which was perceived as an implicit endorsement of the president-elect.

While the Sussexes' comments may have been interpreted as political, their relationship with the Bidens is deeply personal: Harry has had a friendship with incoming First Lady Dr. Jill Biden for nearly a decade. While Harry and Meghan's friendship with the former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama is widely known, it's the prince's unlikely connection with Jill Biden that may prompt the duke and duchess to visit the White House now that Biden is being officially sworn in.

Read on to find out how their friendship began and what it could mean for Harry and Meghan in the future. And for more on the latest with the royal family, find out Why Prince William's COVID Diagnosis Could Spell Disaster For the Royals.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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