Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are keeping up with the young leaders of the world.

This week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex virtually met with leaders from the Queen's Commonwealth Trust who are working to make digital media a force for good. Towards the end of the 30-minute call, Prince Harry encouraged the activists to continue their work to end the negativity and hate that spreads online, joking that he felt he was already "way too old" at 35.

"I love that fact that you're all so well connected as well. That's why this platform was created — to bind you guys together. To use that thinking, that awareness, that self awareness that you guys have to be able to make the world a better place," Harry said. "I say 'you' — I want to include us, but I already feel as I'm way too old..."
"You've got to stop," Meghan, who is 39, replied. "We're not old!"

"But it's true," Harry said. "This is the world you guys are going to inherit."

This isn't the first time Prince Harry commented on his age while talking to young activists who are part of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust. During a July call focusing on the Black Lives Matter movement, Harry said, "Guys, I'm aging. I'm 35 already."

"That's not aging," Meghan shot back with a laugh.

"It is aging compared to these guys," Harry said.

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