Harry and Meghan ‘concerned’ that Archie and Lilibet are ‘digital experiments’
Prince Harry and Meghan have revealed they are “concerned” that Archie and Lilibet are “digital experiments” in a “world of hate and evil”.
It came as the Duke of Sussex today helped launch an ‘online safety toolkit’ for children.
Harry spoke at the online event called Making Child Safety Online a Reality with young people around the world – and shared his fears about his children.
The Duke told listeners he hoped 18-month-old Lilbet and three-year-old Archie ‘never have to experience the internet as it currently exists’.
The father-of-two explained: “As parents, my wife and I are concerned that the next generation will grow up in a world where they are treated as digital experiments for companies to make money and where things like hate and evil are sort of normalized. ”
It’s unclear whether Harry received a fee for his appearance, but pundits have previously said they could earn over £1million per speech after signing up with an elite agency.
He and Meghan joined the New York-based agency Harry Walker last year – as did their friend Serena Williams and the Obamas to help fund their new luxury lifestyle.
PR expert Mark Borkowski told The Sun that the pair are “cleaning up”.
He said: “I’m surprised they haven’t done it sooner. This will be one of the big revenue generators for them.
“The loudspeaker circuit is a safe natural space that they can raid.”