Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been following the advice of self-help guru Brené Brown, who they ‘adore’
MEGHAN Markle is well known for her interest in spirituality, and it seems that Prince Harry has followed suit with the pair thought to be avid fans of a celebrity self-help guru.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are believed to have been following the advice of Dr Brené Brown who counts Oprah Winfrey and Gwyneth Paltrow among her fans.
Dr Brown has reportedly now befriended the Sussexes, with the Duke admitting he “absolutely adores” her work, the Telegraph reports.
His admission came during a recent Zoom call where Harry and Meghan spoke with young leaders from the Queen's Commonwealth Trust.
Speaking on the call Hunter Johnson, founder of The Man Cave in Australia, could be heard quoting Dr Brown as well as Tristin Harris, prompting much enthusiasm from the former royal couple.
Hunter shared the quote, “Vulnerability brings connection, and connection is why we are here.”
And an excitable Harry responded, "I love the fact you're quoting Brené Brown and also quoting Tristan Harris because they are two people we absolutely adore as well, and we know."
Meghan added: "We love them!"
In fact the Duchess is such a big fan of Dr Brown that she included one of her essays, “Speak Your Truth. Follow Your Wild Heart", in her September issue of British Vogue which she guest-edited a year ago.
The Texan author is best known for her motivational speeches, and has previously hosted a Ted Talk on the Power of Vulnerability.
She also hosts her own podcast Unlocking Us.
In other royal news, Meghan was "disappointed" in the "lack of support" she received from Kate, according to royal author.
And Harry and Meghan were "unprotected" by the royal family with leaks coming from inside the palace an author has claimed.
Plus Meghan Markle used "severe & pleading" gestures to demonstrate strong political views in campaign with Michelle Obama.
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