Tuesday 27 September 2022 06:53 PM Meghan's podcast is back after a four-week postponement due to the Queen's ... trends now

Tuesday 27 September 2022 06:53 PM Meghan's podcast is back after a four-week postponement due to the Queen's ... trends now
Tuesday 27 September 2022 06:53 PM Meghan's podcast is back after a four-week postponement due to the Queen's ... trends now

Tuesday 27 September 2022 06:53 PM Meghan's podcast is back after a four-week postponement due to the Queen's ... trends now

Meghan’s podcast is back after a four-week postponement due to the Queen’s death Meghan paused release of her podcast for the duration of the mourning period But Archetypes will return on Tuesday, October 4, with guest Margaret Cho Three episodes of Spotify series have been released since launch on August 23 The most recent episode with Mindy Kaling was released on September 6

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Meghan Markle's 'Archetypes' podcast will return with comedian and actor Margaret Cho next week.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, had paused the release of her Spotify podcast for the duration of the mourning period for the Queen

But Archetypes will return on Tuesday, October 4, with a conversation about Asian American tropes in the entertainment industry, Variety reports.

Three full episodes of the audio series have been released since its launch on August 23, featuring conversations with veteran tennis player Serena Williams, pop star Mariah Carey and most recently with actress and producer Mindy Kaling on September 6. 

Meghan and Harry signed a lucrative deal with the audio streaming giant to host and produce podcasts, estimated to be worth around 25 million US dollars (£18 million), in late 2020. 

Other upcoming guests are understood to include comedians actress and writer Robin Thede and comedian Ziwe Fumudoh.

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, pictured during the State Funeral of the Queen at Westminster Abbey last week

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, pictured during the State Funeral of the Queen at Westminster Abbey last week

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