Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan pay tribute to 12 charities for December

Lula Sharp
December 3, 2019

"It is an important time of the year to help those around them who may be less fortunate or would appreciate even the smallest act of kindness".

'Persevering with our month-to-month custom of highlighting accounts that do good, and impressed by the "twelve days of Christmas" - we have now chosen twelve organisations caring for these in want - particularly right now of yr.

Other accounts the Sussexes are now following include homeless charity Shelter, The Salvation Army and SSAFA the Armed Forces charity. While Kate Middleton, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are set to welcome Trump and other world leaders at the reception, Meghan, Prince Harry and Prince William will not be there.

'Try the accounts we have now chosen and please share these in your individual communities which can be making a distinction.

"We would love to hear about the ones that inspire you - so please tell us and add your country's flag!"

It comes because the couple proceed their six-week break from royal duties, and sparked rumours on Wednesday that they might be in Canada once they uploaded a submit containing a maple leaf emoji.

Meghan volunteered at the charity when she was based in Toronto to film Suits.

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The couple are skipping Christmas at Sandringham with the Queen and spending it with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland. Doria goes there for the vacation [Thanksgiving]'.

As President Donald Trump makes his second visit to Buckingham Palace this year, Meghan Markle once again won't be there.

Off the heels of strained relations with the United Kingdom tabloid press, the royal couple is taking a break from their duties during the holiday season, according to reports from People and CNN. 'She's a talented chef and takes mountainous pleasure in bringing folks collectively over a family meal.

"There will not be any employees serving to her - she'll undoubtedly be sporting the apron". "The fascinating thing is that I had maybe seven meltdowns, and then I learned very quickly, thanks to my girlfriend and her family, that this is a crash course and you need to learn how to deal with this", he said.

Meghan's reference to the "holiday season" failed to hit the mark with several Brits, who claimed Harry and Meghan were speaking too American.

Her remarks had been interpreted as a criticism of the royals for not providing sufficient assist.

But having just given birth to baby Archie in May, Meghan was still on maternity leave at the time and not expected to attend (Harry did meet with Trump during that visit).

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