10 April 2018

South Africa: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Decline Wedding Gifts and Instead Ask for Donations to Charities

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked those wishing to celebrate their matrimony by sending a gift to consider donating to a charity instead.

In an official statement, shared on Twitter on Monday, Kensington Palace announced that the royal couple are over-joyed by the support and well wishes they have received since announcing their engagement.

The statement adds that the couple ask that "anyone who might wish to mark the occasion of their wedding considers giving to charity, instead of sending a gift."

Harry and Meghan have chosen seven different charities that represent issues they are passionate about. This includes, "sport for social change, women's empowerment, conservation, the environment, homelessness, HIV and the Armed Forces."

The couple have personally chosen 7 charities which represent a range of issues that they are passionate about, including sport for social change, women's empowerment, conservation, the environment, homelessness, HIV and the Armed Forces.

Source: Channel24

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