Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made waves when they called on Americans to vote during the 2020 presidential elections , but what have the royal couple been up to since? Producing podcasts and investing in instant oat milk latte start-ups, apparently. Here’s everything you need to know about the Sussexes’ evolving post-royal life . The corgis and the crown: the queen’s most faithful companions Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will produce and host exclusive podcasts on Spotify The deal with Archewell Audio, the pair’s new production company, is a multi-year partnership focusing on podcasts “that build community through shared experience, narratives and values,” according to a Spotify press release. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Meghan Markle (@hrhofsussex) Archewell will release a holiday special hosted by the Duke and Duchess later this month featuring “inspirational guests” in partnership with Spotify’s Gimlet studio. The first complete series, however, is excepted to air at some point in 2021 and will be available for free. Done with diamonds – modern engagement rings are all about colour “With the challenges of 2020, there has never been a more important time to [launch this project], because when we hear each other, and hear each other’s stories, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are,” Prince Harry and Markle said in a joint statement in the press release. The couple also recently started a production company and signed a multi-year deal with Netflix to produce documentaries, scripted shows and other projects. Although a price was not disclosed as part of the deal (Spotify did not immediately respond to requests for comment), it’s a big get for the audio streaming platform as the podcast arena continues to heat up. Spotify acquired Gimlet Media and Anchor for US$340 million in 2019, and in May the company signed a US$100 million multi-year licensing deal with Joe Rogan, seizing exclusive rights to host full episodes of his popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience . Spotify also struck a deal with Kim Kardashian West in June for an exclusive podcast that will feature her work with the Innocence Project, a non-profit dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted criminals . The company is also reportedly considering a podcast-only subscription model for its 320 million monthly active users and 144 million premium subscribers. The royal rebels: 5 European princes unafraid to break with royal protocol Spotify isn’t the only firm to delve into podcasting. Amazon is reportedly considering buying Wondery, the world’s largest independent podcast publisher, which would value the start-up at US$300 million. It would be the largest deal in the podcast industry if it goes through. Apple and Google also offer podcasts as part of their streaming services. That’s not all – Meghan Markle just invested in instant oat milk latte start-up Clevr Blends “This investment is in support of a passionate female entrepreneur who prioritises building community alongside her business,” Markle said in a statement about her first public start-up investment, without revealing its amount. Clevr Blends describes itself as a “woman-led, mission-driven wellness company” and sells powdered matcha, coffee and turmeric “SuperLattes” with oat milk, probiotics and mushrooms. The company is privately held and was founded in 2019 by Hannah Mendoza and Roger Coppola. It sells 14-serving bags for US$28 each, along with frothers, mugs and a US$120 “home ritual kit”. Clevr started as a coffee pop-up shop in Santa Barbara, California, near where Markle and her husband relocated earlier this year . Markle told Fortune that she reached out to talk about investing after trying the company’s lattes, while Clevr said that it will use the money to scale up the business. Markle’s investment is not part of any larger funding round. 10 things about Prince Charles that The Crown won’t tell you Though the company is small, it already has at least one other celebrity fan. Oprah Winfrey recently posted a video with Clevr Blends on Instagram, calling it “[her] new drink of choice for the morning and night”. She even added that the drinks would have made her favourite things list if she’d found them earlier. This article originally appeared on Business Insider. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .