Meghan Markle’s Podcast Set to Return With Regularly Scheduled Episodes Starting Oct. 4, Duchess Of Sussex Will Have Conversations With Comedians Margaret Cho, Robin Thede, Ziwe Fumudoh

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Meghan Markle will return to her podcast Archetypes starting Oct. 4. The Duchess of Sussex took a break from releasing new episodes following Queen Elizabeth's death. But now that the mourning period is officially over, it's business as usual for Markle, as well as the other members of the royal family.

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Meghan Markle Will Interview 3 Comedians In The Upcoming Episodes Of Archetypes

Spotify just released a statement announcing the return of Meghan Markle's Archetypes podcast starting next week. And her first guest will be comedian Margaret Cho. The two women will discuss how the funny woman navigates the entertainment industry as an Asian-American, according to Page Six.

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In the coming weeks, Markle will also have conversations with other comedians like Robin Thede and Ziwe Fumudoh. However, their topics for discussion have not yet been released.

Before Markle took a break from releasing episodes of Archetypes, she already had the opportunity to talk to Serena Williams, Mariah Carey, and Mindy Kaling.

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Meghan Markle Has Been Using Her Podcast To Air Her Sentiments About The Royal Family

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It was on Archetypes that Markle seemingly threw shade at the royal family by saying that they urged her to return to her royal duties even after she told them that Archie's nursery almost caught on fire.

Markle also had the opportunity to hear Carey's explanation of why she thinks that being called a diva isn't always a bad thing.

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Royal Family Returns To Work After Queen Elizabeth's Mourning Period Ends

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Other than Markle, some members of the royal family are also hard at work following the end of the mourning period post-Queen Elizabeth's death.

Prince William and Kate Middleton visited Anglesey this week. While there, the royal couple visited the RNLI Holyhead Lifeboat Station in Anglesey. And they also had the opportunity to talk to the crew and some volunteers.

Thousands of people gathered outside to catch a glimpse of the new Prince and Princess of Wales.

"It's a privilege to witness part of this, their first tour as Prince and Princess of Wales. We couldn't get down to London recently, so it's great they are coming here," one person said (via the BBC).

King Charles III is also hard at work as the new king of Britain. He recently updated the royal family website, where Markle and Prince Harry were reportedly demoted.

Speaking of the Duke of Sussex, there are reports claiming that he's making some changes to his memoir out of respect for the royal family. But the fact that Markle would return to her podcast soon could also mean that royal fans wouldn't have to wait very long before Prince Harry's memoir is released.

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