Tuesday, September 15 on the occasion of his 36th birthday, Prince Harry decided to make a very generous donation to the Camfed association, which helps vulnerable women in Africa. A donation in which Meghan Markle also participated.

Prince harry had her heart set on her birthday. On Tuesday September 15, the Duke of Sussex celebrated his 36th birthday, a far cry from the royal family. What if he had to be spoiled by Meghan markle who had organized a small party for him on this occasion in their home in Montecito, he also decided to give too in order to help an association.

So, for their respective birthdays, Prince Harry and Meghan markle have decided to double the donations, by paying the Camfed association no less than $ 130,000. A special gift for them, who support this association which helps vulnerable young girls and women so that they can study and provide for their families. “There is no better way to celebrate what really matters. Thank you to everyone who has donated”, thanked Meghan markle and prince harry.

Meghan Markle generous for her birthday

A very generous donation for the anniversary of prince harry, who obviously decided to do like Meghan Markle. For her 39 years, the Duchess of Sussex had also decided to make a donation to a cause that is particularly close to her heart and an association that she knows well: Migrateful. Based in London, this association offers cooking lessons, given by migrant chefs, who have difficulty integrating or finding a job. A donation of 8000 pounds from Meghan Markle, who if she no longer provides royal engagements for the Windsors, has not lost her personal commitments and the causes she supports.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attend a gender equality meeting with members of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust and the One Young World Summit at Windsor Castle on October 25, 2019.

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