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Young people may have become the target audience for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as Millennials and Gen Z appreciate authenticity and transparency even more than older generations, according to the expert in Eric Schiffer brand and reputation management. The California-based expert noted that the Duke of Sussex has spoken candidly about his sanity and relationship with the palace in recent months.
And he believes this has not only been beneficial for Prince Harry on a deeper level, as baring his soul allows him to ‘live his truth’, but speaking candidly about his life and Meghan’s can also attract support from people in their 20s and 30s.
Mr Schiffer told Express.co.uk: “I think there is a clear and deliberate strategy to connect with Gen Y and Gen Z who value authenticity, and in the process Harry can also live his truth These align.
“He made the choice to reject much of the royal institutional architecture that has been the fabric of the monarchy for centuries.
“He does this to free himself, but in the process he also creates a call to young people, because he speaks his truth, he describes his pain, he connects with them on this authentic level.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could try to connect with Gen Z and Gen Y – Expert
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were interviewed by Oprah Winfrey earlier this year
While being outspoken can help bond with younger generations, Mr Schiffer warned that the Duke of Sussex still needs to heed his remarks.
Referring to Prince Harry’s comments on the First Amendment made on an episode of the Armchair Expert podcast, Mr Schiffer said: “What he wants to avoid though is alienating some of these young people who also have strong beliefs about America and its sovereignty.
“So I would advise him to be more thoughtful and careful not to alienate 50% of America by questioning its constitutional fabric which has made it one of the greatest democracies in the world.”
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spoken candidly about their mental health in recent months
Prince Harry brought up the US Constitution as he chatted with actor Dax Shepard and producer Monica Padman about episodes of paparazzi invasion of privacy he has experienced since moving to California.
Speaking about the Amendment protecting a number of fundamental freedoms in the United States, including the right to free speech, the Duke said: “I don’t want to sort of start down the First Amendment route because that this is a huge subject and that I do not want. ” I understand because I have only been here for a short time.
“But you can find a loophole in anything and you can capitalize on or exploit what is not said rather than maintain what is said.
“I believe we live in an age where we have certain elements of the media that are redefining what privacy means.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle no longer work in the royal family
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in July 2019
He later added, “I have so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I kind of understand it, but it’s nuts.”
The remark drew criticism from a few conservative figures in the United Kingdom, including Republican Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz.
He wrote on Twitter: “It’s good that he can say that.”
Prince Harry and Meghan moved to California at the end of March 2020, days before their official resignation as full-time working royals.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tied the knot in 2018
As Harry confirmed during his podcast appearance, they spent the first few months at producer Tyler Perry’s home in Los Angeles.
During the summer of 2020, they moved into their home in Montecito, Santa Barbara.
Over the past few months, Prince Harry has made a few public appearances in which he opened up about his relationship with a few prominent members of the royal family and spoke candidly about his mental health.
Most notably, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex together participated in the two-hour interview with Oprah Winfrey in March, in which they spoke about the departure of the royal family, accused of “lack of understanding and lack of support. “, their new life in California, their relationship with the media and their mental struggles.
Prince Harry co-created mental health documentary series with Oprah Winfrey
During the Armchair Expert podcast Harry spoke again about his approach to mental health and therapy, but also touched on parenting and how he wants to ‘break the cycle’ of pain and suffering that has been his. transmitted by Prince Charles.
Additionally, he opened up about his years in the military and shared some glimpses of his life with Meghan who he revealed at the start of their relationship which he met in a London supermarket and was pretending to not knowing so as not to attract the attention of the public.
Friday, a week after Apple TV + released the documentary series it worked on with Oprah The me you can’t see, he also appeared in a special follow-up episode titled The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward.
Harry’s Archewell website said the program would begin to answer the question, “Where do we go from here?”