Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have made donations to charities to extend support to Ukraine. In addition, the duo paid tribute to athlete Serhii Karaivan, who died while fighting against Russian forces. “Prince Harry and Meghan, and all of us at Archewell stand with the people of Ukraine against breach of humanitarian law and encourage the global community to do the same,” read a statement.
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Prince Harry announced on July 19 his plans to publish a memoir in 2022 that will depict "the highs and lows" of his life with accuracy and the whole truth. The Duke of Sussex has signed with Penguin Random House publishers. The duke stated, "I'm writing this not as the prince I was born but as the man, I have become". Reportedly, profits of the book will go to charity.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were blessed with a baby girl on June 4 at California's Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. By naming the newborn as Lilibet 'Lili' Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, Harry paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth and his late mother Princess Diana. As the news became public, the Royals including Prince William and Prince Charles, along with UK PM Boris Johnson, sent their best wishes to the couple.
Former BBC Journalist Martin Bashir apologised to Princess Diana's sons Prince William and Harry as issue of his controversial 1995 interview with Princess Diana has surfaced again. In his statement, Bashir said, "I never wanted to harm Diana in any way", while calling his association with Diana's mysterious death "unreasonable". Reports suggest that Bashir had tricked Diana into the interview where she revealed her flawed marriage and fear… read-more
Prince William and Harry have condemned the “deceit” that lay behind their late mother Princess Diana’s famous 1995 BBC interview in which she first spoke about her troubled marriage to their father, Prince Charles. In separate statements, following an independent inquiry’s conclusion that the BBC "fell short of the high standards of integrity and transparency which are its hallmark", her sons blamed the controversial 1995 interview for her… read-more
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Archwell Foundation has partnered with the World Central Kitchen to set up a community COVID relief centre in Mumbai. The centre plans to function as emergency response kitchen or vaccination site along with becoming food distribution hub, school, clinic or community gathering space for families during "calmer times". This is the third of the total four such centres planned by the two organisations.
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Comedian and MMA commentator Joe Rogan continues to receive flak for allegedly spreading vaccine misinformation as Prince Harry lashed out against his previous statements. Harry, at the Armchair Expert podcast, warned Rogan to "stay out of it", asserting that the world is under "misinformation epidemic". Rogan stirred the controversy in April when he stated, "If you're a healthy person... I don't think you need to worry about this".
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The Duchess of the Sussex, Meghan Markle’s authored first children’s book 'The Bench' is set to release on June 8. Published by Random House Children's Books, the book revolves around the special moments shared between fathers and sons like Prince Harry and their son Archie from various walks of life. Illustrated by Christian Robinson the book will also be available in audio format narrated by Meghan.
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Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle will skip the funeral of Prince Philip on doctor's advice as she is expecting her second child. Scheduled for April 17, the COVID restriction-led scaled down funeral will be held at St George's Chapel. The 99-year-old, Prince Philip, aka Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9. However, Prince Harry, who moved to Los Angeles after accusing the Royal family of discrimination, will attend the funeral.
Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are preparing to produce a Netflix original series "Heart of Invictus" to narrate stories of injured war veterans ahead of the Netherland's 2022 Invictus games. Produced under Harry-Meghan's Archwell production, the docu-series will provide unheard stories of athletes and organizers preparing for the event. The Invictus Games is a multi-sport event initiated by Harry in 2017 for the soldiers wounded in… read-more
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