The Dukes of Sussex do not stop. If in recent months we have seen his Netflix series and the release of the memories of Harry In the shadow (Spare)now they have allied with The Global Boyhood Iniciative, a guide to break gender stereotypes among boys and girls and help both minors and adults grow in positive masculinity. the same The Times He wonders if this collaboration represents a new work project for the dukes.

Harry y Meghan collaborating The Global Boyhood Iniciative via Meghan’s podcast series, Archetypes. The guide points out: “Tagging someone puts them in a pigeonhole.” And she adds that this very common practice “extends to influence the norms of work and society, including the equal treatment of genders.” The organization with which the dukes collaborate invites you to share emotions in a healthy way, accept and connect with others, rebel and stand up to the bullying and inequality and break stereotypes.

The dukes have two sons, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, who turns 4 on May 6, the same day that Charles III will celebrate his coronation in Westminster Abbey; and Lilibet, who will be 2 years old in June. The Sussexes, who have been invited by the King to the ceremony via email, have yet to RSVP.