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Meghan & Harry: They celebrate Mother's Day with a special gesture

Even on Mother’s Day, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry do not forget what is important to them: They actively support social projects.

Montecito – The Sussex family had two reasons to be happy: Archie Mountbatten-Windsor celebrated his second birthday on May 6th, and three days later his mother Meghan (39) was in the spotlight.

On May 6, 2019, little son Archie made Meghan and Harry (36) proud parents, in their roles as mother and father, the two are fully on. This year, Duchess Meghan was able to celebrate her third Mother’s Day, together with her husband she decided on a special gesture of support. On the website of their foundation, Harry and Meghan made their donation to the “Harvest Home” * facility, which helps pregnant women without a home, public.

In their message, Meghan and Harry paid tribute to the work of the Los Angeles-based organization: “In Los Angeles every year, 5,000 women become homeless at some point during their pregnancy. […] In their extraordinary facility, ‘Harvest Home’ meets the needs of these expectant mothers by providing them with community support, safe and accessible resources during pregnancy, and reliable counseling in a caring environment. ”The donation that “Archewell” was able to do with the help of the US group Procter & Gamble, includes, among other things, an annual supply of diapers and hygiene items. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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