In a raft of new appointments to their Archewell Production and Archewell Audio company, the pair welcomed Genevieve Roth, founder of the agency, Invisible Hand. The agency worked with Ms Clinton in 2016 and will now be joining forces with Meghan and Harry, which may show an indication of the Duchesses’ future political desires. Ms Roth had previously served as director of creative engagement for the Clinton campaign and also worked on the ‘Let Girls Learn’ initiative set up by Barack and Michelle Obama.
Invisible Hand will now work on strategic change through storytelling in support of racial and gender equality.
Commenting on the new addition to the production company, a spokesman for the Sussexes said: “They join a rapidly expanding team that’s deeply dedicated to advancing systemic cultural change and supporting compassionate communities across the world.”
Although Meghan has not publicly revealed a desire to enter politics, she did urge Americans to vote in the election last year.
In the lead up the election, Meghan released a video encouraging US citizens to vote in what she claimed was the most important election “in a lifetime”.
She said in the video: “We’re six weeks out from the election, and today is Voter Registration Day.
“Every four years, we’re told, ‘This is the most important election of our lifetime.’
“But this one is. When we vote, our values are put into action, and our voices are heard.
“Your voice is a reminder that you matter.
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He also claimed the Duchess may use the Archewell Foundation to provide an entry into politics and may well replicate how Arnold Schwarzenegger ran for Governor of California.
Mr Trujillo added: “Everything she’s doing is similar to what other folks have done before they run for office.
“Arnold Schwarzenegger, before he ran for governor, had a big after-school foundation that promoted opening after-school clubs, that was called Arnold’s All-Stars.
“He used that as a vehicle to talk about the need for tutoring and after school care. Really easy stuff.
“That’s what introduced him to politics.”
As well as hiring an adviser to the Clinton campaign, the pair also recruited indie film executive to join Archewell studios.
Ben Browning will now become head of content for Archewell Production and Archewell Audio after working on films such as ‘Room’, ‘Arrival’ and most recently, the Oscar-nominated ‘Promising Young Woman’.