Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Thank Healthcare Providers Fighting Coronavirus Worldwide in Post

Mar 27, 2020
04:00 A.M.
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Meghan and Harry pay heartfelt tribute to health workers all over the globe who selflessly care for their communities.


In an Instagram post shared by their official Sussex Royal account on March 25th, Meghan and Harry paid tribute to healthcare personnel around the world. The post was a slideshow of photos of medical staff from all around imploring citizens to stay at home. The caption read:

"Wherever you [healthcare workers] are in the world, we are all incredibly grateful."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on October 2, 2019 in Johannesburg, South Africa | Source: Getty Images


The slide show also included listed recommendations provided by WHO, such as to avoid crowded places and to cultivate habits such as hand-washing and maintaining social distancing. 

Many of the workers were holding cards, which held sweet messages asking people to stay at home to avoid the spread of the diseases.

The caption read further that health workers around the world from every walk of life had come together during this challenging period to protect and look out for communities despite their own risk of being infected, describing the service as inspiring.


The post was capped off, in conclusion, saying that the only way people could help these selfless fighters was to prevent further spread of the disease and again, expressed gratitude.

Harry and Meghan have been vocal about fighting coronavirus.


The Duke and Duchess have spoken out about the need to support each other through the difficult period. The pair have, at several times, lent their voice to the cause to sensitize as many people as they can about the pandemic. In an Instagram post on their joint account, they wrote:

"These are uncertain times. And now, more than ever, we need each other."

The message was one of hope, trust, and support. The couple had used the post as a means to reach out and reassure the public that they were not alone in this battle.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently relocated to Canada with events surrounding their exit being at the forefront of the Royal family related news. 

Towards the beginning of March, the pair began concluding their final duties as senior members of the Royal family in the United Kingdom. The couple returned with their son, Archie, to Canada just in time before Canada closed its borders to non-residents and non-citizens. 

The Prime Minister, Trudeau, said in a press conference that closing the borders was a precaution to keep everyone safe. Settling in and being in the comfort of their home will help Meghan and Harry find new ways to continue to help people in whatever way they can, just as they have been.


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