The New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has distanced herself from this Prince Harry And Meghan Markle After filming the pair’s new Netflix documentary featuring the leader. Ardern’s office released a statement today about her appearance on the show and insists she had no idea the pair were involved.
Netflix has released the trailer for Live to Lead, a seven-part documentary series celebrating “inspirational leaders” and presented by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The documentary, which will be available on the streaming service on December 31, was created by New Zealand-based production company Blackwell & Ruth, and is in partnership with Meghan and Harry’s production company Archiwell.
It is in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, inspired by the late South African leader.
Ms Ardern, who runs the country where The King is head of state, was featured in the trailer yesterday.
The statement said: “In early March 2019, based on a one-hour interview, the Prime Minister was approached by the Mandela Foundation to participate in a project to create accessible resources on key attributes of leadership aimed at young leaders around the world.
“We were advised that initially the publications would be print and digital books, short films and audiobooks.
“The interview was conducted on November 8, 2019. A booklet titled Jacinda Ardern (I Know It’s True) was published in March 2020 based on the interview. Other participants published their contributions based on their interviews. US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, feminist activist Gloria Steinem, climate campaigner Greta Thunberg and American basketball player Stephen Curry.
“In March 2021 the Nelson Mandela Foundation advised the Prime Minister’s Office that they had signed an agreement with Netflix to broadcast a series of interviews, including an interview with the Prime Minister in 2019.
“In May of this year the Prime Minister’s Office announced that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex would introduce the series; almost two and a half years after this interview was recorded, permission to use it was already granted by the Mandela Foundation.
“All communications are with the foundation (no contact with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex regarding the project).”
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