Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, also 39, more formally known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have made an incredibly touching donation to an LA-based nonprofit organisation dealing with homeless pregnant women.
Meghan Marke gave birth to a beautiful bouncing baby girl, Lilibet Diana, in June, so it’s no surprise she would want to lend a helping hand to the charity organisation which deals with other expectant mothers. According to an Instagram post, shared by Harvest Home, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex donated over a dozen diapers to the nonprofit organisation.
The couple managed to arrange the surprise delivery through their partnership with Procter & Gamble, with who they reportedly have a multi-year global partnership.
The charity organisation announced the delivery in a gushing post, writing, “Pallets and pallets of diapers… we are so grateful!”
Harvest Home thanked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for helping them ensure that “moms and babies have all they need,” check out the sweet post below!
The organisation first revealed on Mother’s Day in May that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s organisation, the Archewell foundation, named after their two-year-old son Archie Harrison, was working with Procter & Gamble to deliver “diapers, cleaning supplies, and other essential items” to the non-profit organisations based in LA, with Harvest Homes being one of the beneficiaries of their major collaboration.
At the time, the Duchess of Sussex – who was still pregnant with Lilibet – also wrote a personal letter addressed to the organisation, writing, “Thank you for all you do for the women and mothers who are turned away elsewhere, at no fault of their own… I hope you will accept an offer of support to help further uplift Harvest Home’s residents.”
Meghan Markle has come far! She started her journey with the major consumer goods company at just 11-years-old when she first contacted them about their sexist television advert, which depicted women doing housework, but it seems they’ve now come full circle with the Duchess of Sussex working with them to better women’s lives.