Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is concerned about her children's use of social media 

Meghan and Prince Harry have two children, Archie Harrison and Lilibet "Lili" Diana 

Meghan shared her concerns during a panel at Project Healthy Minds' World Mental Health Day Festival in New York City on Oct. 10 

She emphasized that "social media isn't going away" and has evolved into a platform that can negatively affect mental health 

Meghan sees being a mom as the most important role in her life and expressed worry about how social media will impact her children as they grow up 

The Duchess also mentioned the progress made by her Archewell Foundation in the past year, which has been working with parents who lost children due to mental health challenges connected to social media 

Meghan highlighted that everyone is affected by the online world and social media, and the need for safety and awareness 

She expressed hope in creating significant change through increased awareness and visibility 

Prince Harry, who co-founded the Archewell Foundation with Meghan, emphasized turning pain into purpose and providing support for parents in the digital age 

Meghan and Harry participated in various events to mark World Mental Health Day, including visiting The Marcy Lab School in Brooklyn and engaging in conversations about the vulnerabilities and potential of online spaces