Prince Harry, duke of Sussex, and Meghan Markle, duchess of Sussex, during a visit to the Canada House in London. On January 7, 2020 By The editorial staff updated may 15, 2020 to 07h04
Always very involved with people suffering from depression, prince Harry and Meghan Markle participated this week in a video call to the association of Crisis Text Line.
As the pandemic of sars coronavirus continues to make many victims in the United States, Meghan Markle and prince Harry are acting in the shadows to help those who are suffering most from the situation. After participating in a distribution of meal trays to the individual persons, the couple has this week had a video call with the organization Crisis Text Line, that helps by SMS and confidential manner people who suffer from depression. A long-time supporter of the hand of the duke and duchess of Sussex, who held to thank the organization, reports Omid Scobie.
“Prince Harry and Meghan have joined a video call with Crisis Text Line this week to thank them for their work during the pandemic and offer words of encouragement”, reports the specialist royal. A call is surely comforting to the organization that helps more than ever to those isolated during the pandemic in Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom. And a commitment to full discretion for Meghan Markle and prince Harry, since this call is done in any discretion.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan joined a video call with @CrisisTextLine staff this week to thank them for their work during the pandemic and offer words of encouragement. The couple have previously advocated for similar support programs in the past, including @GiveUsAShout.
— Omid Scobie (@scobie) May 14, 2020
Prince Harry engaged to the veterans
A few days earlier, on may 11 this year, prince Harry made a surprise appearance on the airwaves of the BBC for an interview from Los Angeles, to talk about war veterans overcoming injuries that have changed their lives. An interview in the form of organized discussions with two families of veterans, for whom the son of prince Charles is campaigning every year on the occasion of the Invictus Games, cancelled this year due to the coronavirus. While they had to give the kick-off of the competition on may 9 in the Hague, the netherlands, prince Harry has promised an edition of 2021 would be held in default not to be able to ensure a in 2020.
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