Royal commentator Daniela Elser claimed the Royal Family is "in the midst of a stealthy rebirth". Mr Elser added that it was a "thrilling new versi
Royal commentator Daniela Elser claimed the Royal Family is “in the midst of a stealthy rebirth”. Mr Elser added that it was a “thrilling new version of what the monarchy can stand for and do” which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex “oh-so prematurely cut themselves off from”.
Ms Elser claimed that it was a “stunning about-face from how things looked post-Megxit”.
The commentator said that when Harry and Meghan announced they were quitting royal duties it “looked like they were taking the palace’s best chance of survival with them”.
Writing for news.com.au, Ms Elser added: “Instead, we’ve seen a stunning reversal of fortune.”
The royal commentator praised the royals for “carving out that new, updated role for the crown”.
She highlighted Prince Charles’s BBC interview this week where he discussed climate change.
Ms Elser also highlighted Prince William’s ambitious Earthshot Prize for the environment and Kate’s early childhood survey, which attracted 500,000 responses.
Ms Elser added that the Royal Family’s work is “no longer being defined by saying, but rather by doing”.
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Since ending royal duties, the pair have struck lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify.
And in their latest project, they were today announced as “impact partners” and investors at sustainable investing firm Ethic.
It comes as Charles is set to attend a series of events at the Cop26 summit, alongside the Queen, Camilla, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Speaking to the BBC earlier this week, the heir to the throne warned of a disastrous outcome if negotiators fail to ratchet up efforts to combat climate change at the summit.
He said: “The risks now are so great if you don’t make the right move.
“It’ll be catastrophic. It is already beginning to be catastrophic, because nothing in nature can survive the stress that is created by these extremes of weather.”