Prince Harry set to team up with Serena Williams for special career move

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex visits Croke Park, home of Ireland's largest sporting organisation, the Gaelic Athletic Association on July 11, 2018 in Dublin, Ireland.
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Prince Harry is set to team up with Serena Williams for a very special new project.

Prince Harry is teaming up with tennis star, and close friend of Meghan Markle’s, Serena Williams in an exciting career move.

As part of his role as Chief Impact Officer (opens in new tab) at mental health company, BetterUp, Prince Harry will take part in a virtual ‘Inner Work Day’ conversation on building mental fitness.

For this talk, he will be joined by Serena William’s and BetterUp’s CEO Alexi Robichaux, where they will talk about, "cultivating the power of Mental Fitness through a bold commitment to Inner Work".

Meghan Markle's friend, US tennis player Serena Williams (L) and her husband US entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian (R) arrive for the wedding ceremony of Britain's Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England.

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BetterUp's website (opens in new tab) states that the trio will share their own personal experiences and "unique perspectives" on the subject.

This is one of the many business ventures Prince Harry and Meghan have undertaken since stepping back as senior royals (opens in new tab) in 2020. Not only has Prince Harry begun a new role at BetterUP, but he has also announced that a tell-all memoir (opens in new tab) about his life in the royal family is set to be released, meanwhile he and Meghan have signed huge deals with both Netflix and Spotify.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, the Patron of the Rugby Football League hosts the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draws for the men's, women's and wheelchair tournaments at Buckingham Palace on January 16, 2020 in London, England. The Rugby League World Cup 2021 will take place from October 23rd through to November 27th, 2021 in 17 cities across England.

Prince Harry has also been very open about his own mental health struggles, detailing his "unresolved trauma (opens in new tab)" in an interview with Oprah Winfrey for the Apple TV series, The Me You Can't See (opens in new tab).

The Duke of Sussex has also revealed that he does not regret his decision to leave the royal family (opens in new tab), and move to LA (opens in new tab) and says that anyone who resigns from their jobs, for this mental health, should be celebrated.