Meghan Markle, Prince Harry surprise crisis line workers on Zoom call

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry surprise crisis line workers on Zoom call”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been keeping busy during lockdown, volunteering to deliver meals to the critically ill in the Los Angeles area and calling charities to show their support during the coronavirus pandemic.

It has recently been announced that HarperCollins Publishers got the rights to Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family, and that the book will be out soon.

The royal expert then narrated how the royal couple's vision to make a difference on the world stage pushed them to dream of establishing their own global empire. But could Harry have actually chosen his bride based on how much alike she is to his late mom? Sources tell the Daily Mail that Meghan and Harry began living at the eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom estate with son Archie in March.

To recall, even the royal couple's relationship progressed too quickly. Just over a year after they started to see each other, they got engaged in November 2017 and held their luxurious royal wedding at Windsor Castle on May 19, 2018.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex gobsmacked charity workers on a Zoom call this week, tuning in to surprise them and champion the work they are doing.

The charitable initiative offers 24/7 support for those in crisis across the U.K. Established in 2013, the service allows people to text a trained crisis counsellor when they're in need. Another significant moment came in 2007, when he greeted an Angolan family at Wembley stadium - Diana had met them herself in January 1997, during her memorable trip to Angola that saw her walk through an active minefield. That's not the point of life. I really tried to adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip.

The couple took a six-week break from their royal duties and spent the holidays away from the royal family. Now, a new report from New Zealand publication Woman's Day, released on May 18, 2020, says that when Prince Harry saw the beautifully moving photo, it was like a dagger to his heart.

In addition, they also stepped down from their senior royal roles.

More news: COVID-19 may never go away: World Health Organization official

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