Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made a rare appearance in a video shared by Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, showing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at their Montecito, California, home last month.
The couple are seen congratulating several young leaders who are working to create safer and more inclusive online spaces and have been awarded funding to continue their efforts.
"Thank you for doing everything that you do, our kids are especially grateful … They just don’t know it yet," Harry told Sneha Revanur, the founder of Encode Justice, which pushes for human rights and justice in the age of AI.
"But they will!" Meghan added with a laugh.
While speaking to Tazin Khan, who is the founder of Cyber Collective, which aims to make cybersecurity more accessible, Meghan said, "Really, thank you for all the work you’re doing, it’s huge and it’s making an enormous impact."
Harry and Meghan's Archewell Foundation is on the advisory committee for Responsible Technology Youth Power Fund, which aims to be a 'powerful force' in the 'responsible technology movement'.
Fans were excited to see Harry and Meghan together, especially given the countless rumours that the pair have split up.
"Excellent work, they are glowing," one fan wrote on Twitter.
"Gorgeous couple," another added.
"This is the true definition of 'working royals' they're doing things that will impact the world for the better," a third wrote. "Despite all the unjustified hate they still do what they set out to do and this is why they're blessed and thriving."
"These two are always in sync," someone else added. "What a lovely couple."
"Harry and Meghan are so inspiring," another fan said. "Great role models for the youth."
It comes after a source close to the couple told the New York Post any rumours that the pair are splitting up are untrue.
"It's not true, it's literally made up," the insider said.
Rumours of the pair splitting came soon after reports Meghan is looking to "step away" from collaborations with her husband.
“Meghan feels she’ll have better success if she takes the time to work on projects alone without Harry – even though he always gives her his full support,” a source told Bella magazine.
They add that Meghan's recent signing with Hollywood talent agency WME was to ensure she is seen as a "power player" in her own right.
The couple's $29 million podcast deal with Spotify was recently axed and left doubts their $150 million Netflix deal will be renewed.
MailOnline also reports that Meghan is preparing for a "string of commercial endorsements in fields meaningful to her, such as food, wellness, fashion and therapy" following the axing of her podcast.
She is also looking set to publish her own book, "most likely with a feminist angle", following the success of Harry's memoir Spare.
According to the website, Spotify axed its deal with Meghan and Harry due to "the lack of content, not the podcast viewing figures".
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