Meghan and Harry named ‘icons’ in Time’s ‘100 most influential’ list

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Now, he can add another major moment to his 2021 diary – as Time named him an ‘icon’ in its annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. The couple has appeared on several covers of Time’s 100 issue, while others who grace the front page of the magazine include Simone Biles, Billie Eilish, and more. Ngozi Okonjo-Iwela The first African woman to head the World Trade Organization.

In the issue, Jose Andres, a chef who founded a non-profit that provides food to those in need in the wake of natural disasters, described Harry and Meghan as having “compassion for those in need” , whom they do not know, and said that they are “Don”. “Not just thoughts – they run towards conflict.”

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Andres doubles the way “by offering mental health support to black women and girls in America, and to feed those affected by natural disasters in India and the Caribbean” the way they “take risks to help communities in need”. praised.

When the Sussexes gave their interview to Oprah earlier this year, she received praise from around the world for being open and candid about her struggles with mental health and since then, Prince has released a documentary series on mental wellness and Of. The effect of therapy on his life.

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Andres also wrote, “Spring into action is not an easy choice for a young Duke and Duchess, who have been blessed through birth and talent, and burned with fame.” “It would be safer to enjoy their good fortune and be silent.”

Apart from the royal couple, other celebrities on this year’s time list include tennis stars Naomi Osaka — which also ignited a much-needed conversation about mental health this year when she pull out of french open – Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny, Britney Spears and Apple CEO Tim Cook.
As always, the list also includes leaders from around the world who have had a significant impact over the past nine months – from US President Joe Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Abdul Ghani Baradari, senior deputy leader of the Taliban in Afghanistan.


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