Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Volunteered at Children's Charity One Month after Miscarriage
Meghan Markle recently revealed in a piece for the New York Times that she suffered a miscarriage in July. It was only one month later that she and Prince Harry stepped out in Los Angeles to participate in an event with a nonprofit organization.
As shown in the video shared by Baby2Baby's Instagram account on August 27, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry helped give the items to those in need such as school supplies, clothing, food, and books.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex both wore face masks in accordance with the COVID-19 protocol. At a certain point, the former "Suits" actress can be seen kneeling down to help fit a little youngster's backpack.
On the other hand, Harry squatted down to take a look, and afterward, he gave goods to recipients in their vehicles. In the caption of the adorable clip, the L.A.-based organization wrote:
"Thank you for putting smiles on the faces of the children and families we serve and helping us provide the supplies."
In late August, Meghan and Harry had another association with small kids when they joined preschoolers and educators in Los Angels to plant flowers and vegetables in their school's garden, as reported by PEOPLE.
"Everyone got their hands dirty digging holes for the new plants and seeds and making sure they were secure with enough soil," a source told the news outlet at the time.
That month, Meghan likewise sat down for a chat with Gloria Steinem, a feminist icon, about the significance of women casting a ballot in the election.
An insider close to Meghan confirmed to the BBC that the Duchess is currently in good health.
The proud mother of baby Archie also showed up in a few virtual gatherings to talk about the topic paving the way to the November presidential election.
On January 8, Meghan and Harry made headlines when they announced they would be stepping back as senior members of the royals. Her Majesty confirmed on January 13 that the couple would never again be using their HRH royal titles.
Moving to California has allowed the couple, who tied the knot on May 19, 2018, the freedom to volunteer on their own terms discreetly, according to Marie Claire.
Not long ago, the Walker Family Events Foundation uploaded snaps of Harry volunteering at the Compton Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) organization.
In the photos, Harry is seen assisting with packing and delivering food to local people in need. The foundation, which offers help to veterans and their families facing or encountering homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic, described Harry as "very humble and kind."
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