Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Donate Profits of Royal Wedding Broadcast to UK Charity Amid Pandemic
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry donate the profit generated from the broadcast of their royal wedding amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Amid the struggles that come with the COVID-19 pandemic, Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, have ensured that they do their bit to help those affected.
People confirmed that that the couple has donated the extra proceeds generated from their royal wedding broadcast to the U.K. charity Feeding Britain amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meghan and Harry expressed how important it was for people around the world to show love to one another during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
It was previously made known that the couple could donate the excess profits made from the May 2018 BBC broadcast of their wedding to any charity of their choice.
As it turned out, an estimated 1.9 billion people tuned in to watch the couple’s royal wedding, which held at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
Over the last few years, Meghan and Harry built a relationship with Justin Welby, who is the Archbishop of Canterbury and the president of Feeding Britain – a charity dedicated to eradicating hunger and its root causes across the U.K.
The couple’s donation to the outfit was made even notable as the Archbishop not only conducted Meghan’s baptism but also officiated their wedding.
Their show of support wouldn’t be the first of its kind as People reported that Meghan and Harry helped in officially opening the new location of Number 7.
Number 7 is a Feeding Birkenhead association of churches, food banks, and other organizations working together to eradicate hunger in Birkenhead.
Later in March 2020, the couple expressed how important it was for people around the world to show love to one another during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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As regards their 2018 wedding ceremony, People noted that Meghan wore a bespoke wedding dress and veil that was created by British designer Clare Waight Keller which she paired with the diamond and platinum bandeau tiara which was the Queen lent to her.
N.Y. Times also observed that the couple looked happy and relaxed as they exchanged their vows in front of their guests.
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