The first 33-minute episode of their £ 30 million podcast of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is in the charts below the deep sleep sounds of whale noises
- Prince Harry and Meghan's first episode on their £ 30 million podcast was low
- It reached 17th place on the UK Spotify podcast table before moving up to 7th place
- Beating the Royals was a podcast called Deep Sleep Sounds with Whale Sounds
The first 33-minute episode of their £ 30 million podcast of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hit a low spot on the charts following its release yesterday.
The show, a vacation special with Sir Elton John, was ranked 17th on a podcast called Deep Sleep Sounds, which is supposed to send people to sleep with whale sounds.
The episode slowly climbed through the ranks, however, and today hit 7th place on the UK Spotify podcast chart and 26th place in the US.
The 36-year-old Duke and 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex asked a number of their famous friends to perform with a number of prominent British and American artists, activists and musicians in the first episode.
The 36-year-old Duke and 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex called on some of their famous friends to appear on the first episode. Pictured during a visit to Reprezent FM in Brixton, South London
These included Sir Elton John, Brené Brown, Deepak Chopra, Stacey Abrams and James Corden, who invited them to the 2020 review.
Discussions focused on mental health and mindfulness in the first episode before closing with the gospel song This Little Light of Mine.
The royal couple promised that their podcast will "uplift and entertain audiences around the world" as they spoke to a range of people who "inspire us".
PR guru James Henderson told The Sun that calling their friends was a smart move for the royal couple.
He told The Sun, "Having access to very well-known people who are willing to talk about topics and their thoughts and experiences will always generate interest."
The couple's newly formed Archewell Audio project promises to produce programs that uplift and entertain audiences
that their inclusion of their 19-month-old son Archie's voice during the podcast – where they encouraged him to say a happy new year – did not go with their ongoing plea for privacy.
Judi James, a leading television expert on social behavior and body language, compared the one-two-two to TV pairings Richard and Judy and Holly and Phil.
She claimed Prince Harry dropped the Queen's English accent in his new podcast in favor of a more "fuzzy" mid-estuary twang.
The couple urged famous friends like Sir Elton John, Brené Brown, Deepak Chopra, Stacey Abrams, and James Corden to review 2020
Judi noted: & # 39; Harry describes the podcast as & # 39; Our 20-day vacation special & # 39; and lets the second & # 39; t & # 39; in & # 39; 20 & # 39; falling in a verbal blur that sounds either American or South London despite the wording & # 39; Holiday special & # 39; probably placed him in the US.
"He says they want to honor rather than want," and he pronounces the word "look" more like "luck," which would probably both sound right in the Queen Vic in EastEnders.
"Though its" meaningful our connections "seem more of a US twang."