Fans Say Princess Diana Would Be Proud of Prince Harry after He Is Spotted Volunteering in LA
Prince Harry surprised many people when he showed his support for veterans at an event in Los Angeles, helping to distribute food and supplies and earning the respect of many fans.
Last Friday, the Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry, was spotted doing volunteer work for the community-based Walker Family Events Foundation. The foundation partnered with Compton Veterans for the Operation Nourish Initiative and supplied food to local veterans whose families were in need.
Prince Harry attended the Los Angeles-based "Thee Mission Continues' Service Platoon" and spent a few hours volunteering. The Duke helped to package and distribute food parcels to locals.
Harry's visit and subsequent volunteer work would have gone without notice if the Walker Family Events Foundation did not share a picture on Instagram showing the British monarch helping out. In the picture, Harry wore a grey shirt and jeans, which he matched with grey sneakers. He also wore a grey cap and navy blue facemask.
The foundation shared a second picture that showed Harry checking out some of the supplies lying on a table. The caption revealed the Prince joined them in their volunteer work, adding that Harry is very humble and kind.
The posts from the Walker Family Events Foundation elicited a host of reactions from fans who lauded Prince Harry for his volunteer work. One fan said she and her husband were moved by his humanity and know his late mom, Princess Diana, would be proud of him.
It was reported that the Duke was refused permission for a wreath to be laid at the Cenotaph on his behalf, on Remembrance Day.
A second fan tagged Prince Harry as the real one and only Prince in the world, adding that his late mom would be looking on him with pride. A third fan said Princess Diana taught Harry well and prayed that he finds the happiness he truly deserves.
This is not the first time Prince Harry would be volunteering. In August, the Duke of Sussex ad his wife, Meghan Markle, continued their knack for carrying out charitable acts when they helped out with the nonprofit, "Baby2Baby."
The nonprofit helps children and families hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the intense heat on the day, Harry and Meghan were in great spirits as they distributed books and supplies to the eager kids while also connecting with the crowd.
Harry and Meghan exited their roles as senior members of the British Royal Family earlier in the year. Recently it was reported that the Duke was refused permission for a wreath to be laid at the Cenotaph on his behalf, on Remembrance Day.
It was reported that he made a personal request to Buckingham Palace, but courtiers denied it because he is no longer a representative of the British Monarchy. Her Majesty, The Queen, did not know about the request.
The report also claimed Harry was saddened that his request was turned down due to his close ties to the military. If the stories are true, it shows a widening gap in his relationship with the Royal Family.
Whatever the situation between Prince Harry and the royal family is, he continues to earn credits for his charitable work from all over the world, and it is almost certain he will continue to carry on such acts of humanity.
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