Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be back at the cherished charity next week.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to Europe next week to attend the Wellchild Awards on September 8th. Prince Harry, 37, is a patron of an organization that helps seriously ill children and their families Since 2007, Duchess Meghan, 41, attended her 2018 and her 2019 annual awards.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were the first parents to attend the 2019 awards ceremony, welcoming their son Archie Harrison, now 3, earlier in the year. During his speech, Harry revealed that he knew Meghan was pregnant during a visit last year (they hadn’t shared the news publicly yet), making their visit even more exciting. made it emotional.
“When my wife and I attended last year, we knew we were expecting our first child. No one knew at the time, but we remembered. Eyes.”
The prince then bowed and paused to calm himself as the crowd applauded in support of him.
“I remember squeezing Meghan’s hand at the awards ceremony. We were both thinking about becoming parents one day,” he continued. “And what would it be like to do all we can to protect and help a child if he or she is born with pressing problems or becomes unwell over time? ”
“And now, as a parent, being here and talking to you all strikes a chord with me in ways I didn’t understand until my own children were born,” Harry added.
Prince Harry continued to support California’s WellChild after the family moved in 2020.
“You know who you are and don’t pretend to be someone else. So an inspiration to every nurse, every caregiver, every mother, every father, and every brother.” “You inspire me every day,” Harry told them over the phone.
In June 2021, shortly after the birth of his daughter Lilibet Diana, Prince Harry attended the Wellchild Awards at a private garden party at Kew Gardens in London, where he not only met the winners but also his friend Ed Sheeran. I met. The awards ceremony was held outdoors to ensure the safety of the event during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Since becoming a Wellchild patron in 2007, this organization and the people within it have held a very special place in my heart.” , the stories of these children and parents went beyond that.I didn’t have to be a father to feel the impact of this irreplaceable job.Now as a father of two, I I feel more connected, inspired and awed by the resilience of these families overcoming unspeakable challenges with the support of Wellchild.”
He added: We couldn’t be more proud to be here, to meet this year’s Wellchild Award winners, to thank our nurses and doctors for their hard work, and to celebrate these amazing families. ”
In addition to the Wellchild Awards, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will also visit other charities close to their hearts during their visit to the UK and Germany. On Monday, the couple will attend the One Young World Summit in Manchester. Meghan has a longstanding connection with One Young World, where she attended the 2014 and 2016 summits as a counselor. In 2019, she attended the 2019 summit with Harry before she and Harry stepped down from their roles as active members of the royal family. He thanked attendees for this and spoke at a roundtable on gender equality.
On Sept. 6, the couple will travel from the UK to Düsseldorf, Germany to begin the one-year countdown for next year’s Invictus Games, Harry’s International Adaptation Sports Competition for Injured, Sick, Wounded Military and Women.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made their final trip to the UK in June to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s platinum jubilee. During the visit, they introduced her daughter Lilibet to the King and her grandfather, Prince Charles, for the first time. Charles, 73, is said to have been overjoyed to see his grandson Archie as well.