Educator with Beyoncé ties will appear in Meghan Markle's podcast

Meghan’s next guest! Duchess looks glamorous in black trousers and a trench coat as she poses with school principal with links to Beyoncé who looks set to appear on her Archetypes podcast

  • Middle school principal Kasiopia Moore revealed will appear on Archetypes 
  • The LA-based educator is a director at Richard and Tina Knowles’ art charity  
  • She shared on her Instagram story that she will appear on next week’s episode  

An educator and motivational speaker with ties to Beyoncé has revealed she will appear on Meghan Markle’s podcast next week. 

Kasiopia Moore, the principal of Campbell Hall, a well-known middle school in Los Angeles, shared the news on her Instagram account yesterday, along with a picture of her and the Duchess of Sussex. 

Meghan, 41, looked typically stylish in the candid snap. Another picture shared by Kasi on her Instagram story showed Prince Harry’s wife looking relaxed and sharing a laugh with her podcast guest.  

Kasiopia, who goes by Kasi, is also a director of a mentorship programme at the Where Art Can Occur Theatre in North LA, which was founded by Tina Knowles-Lawson and Richard Lawson, Beyoncé’s mother and stepfather. 

Kasiopia Moore, the principal of Campbell Hall, a well-known middle school in Los Angeles, has revealed on her Instagram account yesterday that she will appear on Meghan Markle’s podcast next week. She shared the news along with a picture of her and the Duchess of Sussex

Sharing the news on her Instagram story, Kasi wrote: ‘See you next week, boo! It’s official we are besties.’

The picture showed the motivation speaker and Meghan laughing together, with the sticker ‘royally obsessed’ pasted on the snap. 

She did not reveal the subject which she and Meghan discus on the episode, which will be released on Spotify next week.  

Kasi also shared another picture of Meghan and her, which was possibly taken at the time of the episode’s taping.  

Kasi joked she is now best friends with Meghan after announcing she will appear on the next episode of Archetypes 

‘Once upon a time with Meghan Markle. What a reminder of the magic that lives inside of all of us! And how freeing it is to be true to who we are,’ Kasi wrote in her Instagram post. 

The snap showed her standing next to the Duchess of Sussex with another woman, whom she did not identify. 

In the picture, Meghan was seen sporting stylish black £800 trousers from The Show and a black top with a V-check and heeled sandals believed to be from Aquazurra. 

She had also thrown on a tan trench coat over her shoulders, and kept the rest of the look simple. 

Her dark hair were styling in a luscious blow-dry, with Meghan sporting her usual day makeup of eyeliner, mascara and nude lip. 

Kasi is the principal of Campbell Hall, a well-known LA middle school that counts attended the Olsen twins and their sister Elizabeth Olsen, Dakota and Elle Fanning, Ariel Winter and Troian Bellisario among its alumni. 

In addition to her work as an educator, she is also a director of the mentorship programme put in place by Richard and Tina Knowles at their Where Art Can Occur Theatre in North LA. 

Meghan has revealed she studied for the UK citizenship test – and Harry struggled with some of the answers – but it has long been reported that she did not end up taking British citizenship

Known for being the parents of Beyoncé, Tina and Richard founded WACO in 2017, which aims to provide a space for contemporary, performing and visual arts inspired by the African Diaspora. 

The Tina’s Angels and Richard’s Warriors programme, of which Kasi is a director, aims to encourage the personal development of teens aged 14 to 18 through art. 

Kasi, who counts 11,500 followers on Instagram, has also spoken at several events on female empowerment. 

She also currently hosts The Time is Now via Instagram Live and on Youtube where she discussed a wide range of issues regarding women. 


Meghan Markle’s star guest on her new Spotify podcast is First Lady of Canada, Sophie Trudeau. Both are pictured together in a photo booth at the Canadian Arts & Fashion Awards (CAFA) at Soho House in Toronto in 2016

Meghan has discussed a number of subjects with her guests on Archetypes, from being a Diva with Mariah Carey to the myth surrounding singletons with Mindy Kaling. 

The Duchess of Sussex’s guest on her latest Spotify podcast episode was First Lady of Canada Sophie Trudeau. The friends spoke about the challenges of parenting and being a partner to two famous men. 

The pair described the ‘crushing guilt’ of being a mother in the public eye. Meghan, 41, revealed she threw a pool party this summer for Mrs Trudeau, in which the two ‘giggled like schoolgirls’ and drank wine on the terrace of her Montecito mansion.

On episode eight of her Archetypes show, called Good Wife/Bad Wife, Good Mom/Bad Mom, Meghan also chatted to comedian Pamela Adlon, best known as the voice of Bobby Hill in animated comedy series King of the Hill, who became a British citizen in 2020. 

Meghan also revealed that she prepared for the Life in the UK test. Although she is LA born and based, Ms Markle is not believed to be a British citizen, having reportedly abandoned the idea after Megxit in 2020. 

Experts said she did not live in the UK for the three years required to get spousal citizenship after marrying Harry, 38, in 2018. She arrived in Britain in November 2017 and left by December 2019.

The Duchess of Sussex said: ‘That citizenship exam is so hard. I was studying for it [the test] and I remember going, “Oh my goodness”.  I would ask my husband, “Did you know this? Did you know this?” And he would say, “I had no idea”.’ 

She did not expand on whether she ever took the test – or just studied for it. But Ms Adlon joked: ‘I think they made it harder for you. They were like, “We’re gonna really throw up walls on this one”.’

Meghan would have needed to pass the Life in the UK Test, which costs £50 per try and has a 75 per cent pass mark, before applying for citizenship. 

The 45-minute test features 24 multiple choice questions about UK laws and the legal system, working in the country, its history, culture and other details of British life. It can be rebooked an unlimited number of times, but applicants must pay each time.

It can also contain questions about the Royal Family – which she remains a member of – such as which King was executed in 1649 and who established the Church of England.

When her engagement to Harry was confirmed in 2017, Buckingham Palace announced the former Suits star would become a British citizen. 

But the Sussexes quit the working monarchy in 2020 and moved to the US via Canada, amid reports Meghan had abandoned the process.

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