Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry used their son’s birthday to do good. Donate the children’s hats on behalf of Archie.
Duchess Meghan, 39, and her husband Prince Harry, 36, took advantage of their son Archie’s second birthday on May 6 to reflect on the families and other children. “Exciting news: Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and of course Archie have generously donated 200 beautiful hats to children in need on the other side of the world in New Zealand,” New Zealand charity Make Give Live wrote. In an Instagram post.
The hats are part of care packages, which are in turn compiled by the “I Got Your Back Pack” organization and made available to families in need.
This is not the first time the Sussex couple have supported the organisation. The little family proved to be a big fan of the products as early as 2019. Early in the year, a photo of the little royal family in a cute teddy bear hat went viral around the world. In December 2020, the couple for the first time donated 100 hats to children in need.
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