Princess Eugenie of York is the latest celeb to enter the world of podcasting.

The granddaughter of the Queen has announced that she’ll be launching a new podcast in conjunction with her anti-slavery charity, the Anti-Slavery Collective, which she founded in 2017 with Julia de Boinvielle, who will be her partner in the podcast.

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The Princess of York and de Boinville had previously discussed the goals of their charity in a 2018 appearance on the “Global Goalscast” podcast.

The pair made the announcement in a joint statement in a monthly newsletter, accompanying a photo of the two sitting on a couch recording their debut podcast.

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“We were so excited to begin recording our long-awaited podcast this year, due to be released in 2022 so stay tuned!” said the princess and charity co-founder Julia de Boinville in a joint message, via People.

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