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After a quiet summer, Meghan Markle is heading back to work — and all eyes are on her return to the spotlight.
In partnership with Spotify, the first episode of the 40-year-old royal's new podcast, Archetypes with Meghan, is now available to listen to.
To celebrate the launch, Spotify dropped a teaser for the episode on Twitter. In the six-second clip, the Duchess of Sussex can be seen sitting down in front of a microphone before saying, "Welcome to Archetypes, let's do this."
Join us as we explore how women are more than just the labels they are often given. Archetypes. Don’t believe the type. Listen only on Spotify
— Spotify Podcasts 🎙 (@spotifypodcasts) August 22, 2022
While the clip only gave a quick glimpse into the new podcast, fans are already obsessed with the Duchess's wardrobe choice for the occasion.
Meghan looked polished and professional in a striped button-up blouse, which she paired with slim khaki trousers and nude pointed-toe heels.
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For those who are interested in checking out the first instalment of Archetypes with Meghan, the streaming series is billed as being "a podcast where we investigate, dissect, and subvert the labels that try to hold women back."
Markle's first guest was none other than her "dear, dear friend" and tennis superstar Serena Williams. During the interview, the duo got candid about the double standard that women face when being labelled as "ambitious," and dived into topics such as motherhood, navigating careers in the spotlight, and gender in the workplace.
"I don’t remember ever personally feeling the negative connotation behind the word ambitious until I started dating my now husband," Meghan revealed. "Apparently ambition is...a terrible, terrible thing — for a woman that is."