Sun. Jun 26th, 2022

Harry and Meghan were ‘worried’ about Archie & Lilibet being a ‘digital experiment’

Prince Harry and Meghan have revealed that Archie and Lilibet are “worried” about becoming a “digital experiment” in a “world of hate and harm.”

Today, Duke of Sussex helped launch an “Online Safety Toolkit” for kids.

Harry spoke and shared his fears of children at an event titled Making Children Online Safe Online with young people around the world.

Duke said he hopes 18-month-old Lilbet and Archie, aged 3, “do not have to experience the Internet like they do now.”

The father of two children described it this way: “As parents, my wife and I worry about the next generation growing up in a world where companies are treated as digital experiments to make money, and where hatred and harm are somehow normalized. “

It’s not known whether Harry was paid for the show, but experts previously said they could earn more than £1 million per speech after signing up for an elite agency.

He and Meghan joined the New York-based Harry Walker Agency last year. This helped fund their new luxury lifestyle, just like their friends Serena Williams and Obama.

PR expert Mark Borkowski told Sun that the pair will “clean up.”

He said: It will be one of the great sources of income for them.

“Burst circuits are a natural safe space for them to loot.”

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