Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “organize gifts for reunited families and refugees” at the US border

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle organized gifts for more than 30 different reunited families and refugees at the US-Mexico border this weekend.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in their $14 million mansion in California after stepping out of the royal favor, shared the news on the Archewell Foundation’s website.

Along with a photo of a stack of presents, the description read: ‘On Friday, the Archewell team including The Archewell Foundation, Archewell Audio and Archewell Productions gathered to celebrate the holidays and participate in the annual This Is About Humanity holiday party for reunited families represented by the Advocates Law Center about immigrants.

Led by the Archewell Foundation, the company has organized holiday gifts for more than 30 reunited refugee families.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle organized gifts for more than 30 different reunited families and refugees at the US-Mexico border this weekend.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle organized gifts for more than 30 different reunited families and refugees at the US-Mexico border this weekend.

“This About Humanity creates a community of allies and advocates who are dedicated to raising awareness about separated and reunited families and children on the US-Mexico border.”

The news was shared hours after a new trailer for the couple’s Netflix show fronted to celebrate inspiring leaders was released.

The couple, who appeared last week in the final three episodes of their smash hit docuseries ‘Meghan and Harry’, will look at characters who ‘made brave choices’ including Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand’s prime minister, and the late US judge Ruth. Bader Ginsburg, Greta Thunberg, and former South African President Nelson Mandela.

Others to be featured include Brian Stephenson, a 63-year-old American social justice activist and law professor, Abby Sachs, 87, and a former South African judge, rugby player Sia Colsi, 31, and journalist Gloria Steinem, 88. .

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in their $14 million mansion in California after stepping back from royal service, shared the news on their website for the Archewell Foundation alongside a picture of the gift boxes.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are currently living in their $14 million mansion in California after stepping back from royal service, shared the news on their website for the Archewell Foundation alongside a picture of the gift boxes.

The trailer features an interview with Ginsburg, who died in September 2020 after receiving several months of cancer treatment.

The Sussexes announced they were stepping back from the Royal Family in January of that year, suggesting they began producing the documentary shortly thereafter.

Opening the trailer, Harry said that Mandela was the inspiration for the documentary. He then moves on to quote the former South African president and say, “What matters in life is not just the fact that we have lived…”

Megan ends his quote and adds, “It is the difference we make in the lives of others that will determine the importance of the lives we live.”

Harry then said: “It’s about people making brave choices,” and Meghan adds: “Fighting for change and becoming leaders…”

Meghan and Harry present a new documentary on inspiring leaders, at noon today

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Meghan and Harry present a new documentary about inspiring leaders, at noon yesterday

Finally, Harry concludes, “And to inspire the rest of us, to live and lead.”

Live to Lead will be released on December 31st.

It came as a royal expert claimed the Prince of Wales was “outraged” by Prince Harry’s “hostile” use of panoramic shots of Princess Diana in the Netflix series.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Harry & Meghan series features clips of their mother’s account of the breakdown of her marriage from her 1995 interview with rogue BBC correspondent Martin Bashir.

William said last year that the footage “should never be broadcast again” after it was revealed that Bashir had deployed a dizzying web of lies and defamation for his own gain.

Katie Nicholl of Vanity Fair told OK! that Harry “monopolized” Diana’s story, saying:[William] You will be angry. William campaigned for that footage to not be shown again, so using it on his brother’s reality TV show would be very disappointing for William.

It’s totally hostile and it’s just not true. I think the way Harry monopolized Diana as his own must have been very hurtful to William as well.

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