Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has postponed the launch of his charitable Foundation Archewell and chose to focus on the movement against racism Black Lives Matter and the suppression of coronavirus, writes The Telegraph.
The couple was going to create a non-profit organization after the official registration of the name in the US, but in view of the prevailing situation in the world decided not to hurry. The newspaper’s sources believe that this year the Fund is unlikely to begin work. “It is absolutely clear that they want to make things right,” said an informed source.
4 Jun Newsweek published an appeal Markle to the graduates of his school, in which she openly and emotionally told how he witnessed the racial riots in Los Angelese in 1992 caused by the acquittal of police officers to brutally beat a black American. According to her, when she was 11 or 12 years old, and she was seen falling from the sky the ashes, smoke, weapons, robbery and looting. “I’m sorry you have to live in a world where it still exists,” she said, adding that the younger generation should take part in restoring peace.
In January, the Duke and Duchess abandoned his Royal privileges and powers, and later moved to Los Angeles. Now they live in a mansion in Beverly hills and £ 20 million and, presumably, spend every day seven thousand pounds for protection. The couple had big plans to move to the US, but they destroyed the coronavirus. Prince Harry’s worsened mental problems, the family also worries about money.
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