Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first 33-minute episode of their £30 million podcast ranks below the list of whale noise slumbers
- Prince Harry and Meghan’s first episode of the £30 million podcast ranks low
- Before moving to seventh, it was ranked 17th on the Spotify Podcast Chart in the UK
- Beat the Royals is a podcast titled “Deep Sleep Sound” with the sound of a whale
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s first 33-minute episode of their £30 million podcast ranked very low on the charts after it was released yesterday.
The show is a special holiday special by Sir Elton John, ranked 17th. The show aims to make people fall asleep with the sound of a whale. The show is called “Deep Sleep Sound.”
However, this episode has gradually risen in the Spotify podcast rankings in the UK, reaching seventh place today and 26 in the United States.
In the first episode, the 36-year-old Duchess and the 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex visited many of their famous friends, including a series of famous British and American artists, activists and musicians.
The 36-year-old Duchess of Duke and the 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex visited many of their famous friends and they all appeared in the first episode.The picture shows a photo during a visit to Reprezent FM in Brixton, South London
These include Sir Elton John, Brenner Brown, Deepak Chopra, Stacy Abrams and James Corden, who invited them to review 2020.
The discussion focused on mental health and mindfulness in the first episode, and then ended with the gospel song “My Little Light”.
The royal couple promised that their podcasts will “enhance and entertain listeners from all over the world” when communicating with people who “inspire us”.
Public relations expert James Henderson told The Sun that it would be wise for the royal couple to visit their friends.
He told The Sun: “Contacting very well-known people who are willing to talk about issues, ideas, and experiences always arouse interest.
The couple’s newly established Archewell Audio project is expected to produce programs that “enhance audience entertainment”
The inclusion of the voice of their 19-month-old son Archie in the podcast-they encourage him to say Happy New Year-does not meet their continuing demands for privacy.
Judi James, a leading television expert in social behavior and body language, likened dual behavior to television pairings Richard and Judy and Holly and Phil.
She claimed that Prince Harry had abandoned the Queen’s English accent in his new podcast and instead used the more “ambiguous Zhonghaikou” term.
The couple called on famous friends including Sir Elton John, Brenner Brown, Deepak Chopra, Stacy Abrams and James Corden to look back on 2020
Judy observes: “Harry describes the podcast as “a holiday special for our 20s and 20s.” Harry said the second “t” in “twenties” in his spoken language, and it sounds Like the United States or South London, although the term “festival special” may refer to it in the United States.
He said that they’want’ honor instead of’want’, and he said that the word’looks’ is more like’luck’, and both words may sound correct in the Victorian era of EastEnders.
“Although his “meaningful our connection” seems to have more American characteristics.