Harry and Meghan Were Brought to UN by South African Ambassador


Harry and Meghan Were Brought to UN by South African Ambassador

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were nominated as speakers at the UN’s Nelson Mandela celebration as part of an ongoing, secret project with the Nelson Mandela Foundation arranged through their company Archewell, DailyMail.com can reveal. 

The couple were also brought to New York City by the office of the South African Ambassador to the UN, Mathu Joyini, though it remains unclear if they traveled on a private jet or on a commercial flight. 

Harry’s speech was given ‘in the context of the Foundation already working with their company Archewell on a Mandela-related project,’ a spokesman for the foundation said on Tuesday. 

They declined to give more details since the project is yet to be announced, but said it was rooted in ‘leadership development’.

A spokesman for Archewell did not immediately respond to inquiries.  

It explains the choice of Harry to speak at the UN – which baffled some pundits and stumped members of the South African media. 

Harry used his 15-minute speech to lambast the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe vs. Wade, and to preach about climate change. 

He spoke of his mother, the late Princess Diana, and her bond with Mandela, and his love of Africa, where he said he realized he had a ‘soulmate’ in Meghan. 

Meghan watched on proudly from the sparse crowd.  


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