Harry also addressed mental health and climate change, which he said he views as the two "crucial issues that we need to focus on." As he finished up his speech, he quoted Martin Luther King Jr.
"As my wife often reminds me with one of her favourite quotes by Martin Luther King Jr., 'Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that,'" he said.
After concluding his speech with a "To Do" list for listeners, including prompts like "Be kind to yourselves" and "Eliminate plastics," he had a sweet finale: "I am now going to try and drag my wife onstage."
Donning a navy blazer, the expectant duchess came out from the wing of the stage on the arm of her husband. The soon-to-be mom waved to the audience and leaned into her husband as they embraced before the crowd. Needless to say, the audience went wild with cheers and applause as the couple did not shy away from holding hands onstage.
"Guys, I am with you and we are with you," Harry told them alongside Meghan. "Get to work."