Prince Harry has a new job with a US company

The Duke of Sussex has taken on a new role at the US company BetterUp for professional coaching and mental health.

On the company’s website on Tuesday, Harry was listed as the chief impact officer.

BetterUp was founded in 2013 and offers mobile professional coaching, advice and mentoring.

According to its website, the company has a network of more than 2,000 trainers offering coaching in 49 languages ​​in 66 countries, as well as “interactive professional development content, analytics and real-time insights to track employee progress.”

The new role comes roughly two weeks after Harry and his wife Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey when they accused an unnamed member of the royal family, not the Queen or the Duke of Edinburgh, of voicing concerns about how dark their skin tone is Son Archie was before he was born.

Meghan said she asked for help when she committed suicide, but the institution didn’t give her any support.

Following the interview, the Queen said in a statement that the issues raised, including race, would be “privately addressed by the family.”

Harry’s new role is his most recent entry into the business after he and Meghan stepped down as senior royals in March 2020, a move known as “Megxit”.

The couple, who temporarily moved to Canada, now reside in Meghan’s hometown of Los Angeles with their son Archie.

The couple have signed a major deal with Netflix to produce movies and series for the streaming service believed to be worth millions of pounds, giving them global reach in millions of households.

The streaming service said the couple will produce a range of “informative but also hope” content for Netflix, from documentaries and screenplay series to features and children’s programming.

Meghan and Harry have also signed a multi-year contract with audio streaming service Spotify to host and produce podcasts for an undisclosed sum that is believed to be worth tens of millions of pounds.

The couple have named producer Ben Browning as Head of Content to oversee audio and production for the Netflix and Spotify deals.

Mr. Browning will lead the Archewell Productions and Archewell Audio businesses for the company.

He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, a Bafta, a PGA Award, and a Golden Globe for co-producing Emerald Fennell’s revenge thriller Promising Young Woman with Carey Mulligan.

He was also executive producer on HBO’s I Know This Much Is True series, for which Mark Ruffalo won an Emmy and a Golden Globe.


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