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Over the last few years, several of the royals have dipped their toes into the world of podcasting. Kate Middleton appeared on the podcast Happy Mum, Happy Baby in 2020 to talk about her experiences with parenting, and Prince William spoke on both Apple’s Time to Walk series and Cate Blanchett’s new eco-focused Climate of Change podcast in recent months. Meghan Markle recently announced that she’ll be hosting her own podcast on the stereotypes that hold women back, and now it seems Princess Eugenie is following that example as well.
Today, the social media savvy princess announced via Instagram that she and Julia de Boinville will be co-hosting a new podcast titled Floodlight. The show, which will focus on the fight against modern slavery with interviews with experts on the issue, is being presented by the podcast network Stak, and The Anti-Slavery Collective, a charity that Eugenie and de Boinville co-founded.
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“Join me, and my co-founder, Julia de Boinville each week as we sit down with guests from all walks of life who are helping to combat modern slavery in a variety of ways,” she wrote, in part, in the caption. “From lawmakers and company leaders to famous activists, survivors and journalists, Floodlight shows you just how prominent modern slavery is and that we can all do something about it.”
Along with the announcement, the duo have already dropped their first episode, which features Caroline Haughey OBE QC, a barrister who helped draft the Modern Slavery Act and led prosecution of the largest case of modern slavery ever tried in the UK.
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