Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, celebrating a special Mother’s Day as she prepares to give birth to her daughter, appears in a new video in which she talks about the importance of equal access to the COVID-19 vaccine during the Vax Live concert which aired in the US on Saturday. and early Sunday morning in the UAE. The Duchess appears to be speaking for Global Citizen’s Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World, dressed in a summer red ensemble, and joins her husband, Prince Harry, who attended the event recorded earlier in the week , where he expressed solidarity with India during the deadly second wave that gripped the country. “We met tonight because the road ahead is getting clearer. But it is going to take each of us to find our way forward. As campaign chairpersons of Vax Live, my husband and I believe that it is critical that we restore the health, safety and success of everyone, especially women who have been excessively affected by this pandemic, ‘Meghan said in the video. “Women, and especially women of color, have wiped out a generation of economic profit. Since the pandemic began, nearly five and a half million women have lost their jobs in the United States. “It is expected that another 47 million women around the world will fall into extreme poverty,” she continued. Meghan then talks about welcoming her little girl, while she talks about the future she wants for her. ‘My husband and I are delighted to welcome a daughter soon. It is a sense of joy we share with millions of other families around the world. “When we think of her, we think of all the young women and girls around the world who need the ability and support to lead us forward,” Meghan said. “Their future leadership depends on the decisions we make and the steps we take now to draw them up, and to set us all up for a successful, fair, compassionate tomorrow. We want to make sure that we will recover stronger than we recover. If we rebuild, we rebuild together. ”
Prince Harry and Meghan have asked fans to donate money for COVID-19 vaccines to celebrate the second birthday of their son, Archie, on May 6th. “We have been deeply touched for the past two years to experience the warmth and support for our family in honor of Archie’s birthday,” said the couple, who now live in California after relinquishing their royal duties. In a letter posted on the website of their Archewell non-profit foundation, they praised fans for their charitable donations on Archie’s birthday. ‘Many of you donate to charities on his behalf and mark the occasion by giving back or doing a service – all through the goodness of your hearts. You raise money for those who need it most, and continue to do so organically and selflessly. We remain incredibly grateful, ”they wrote. Meghan, 39, also became a children’s book author and made her debut with ‘The Bench’, which is based on the bond between her husband, Prince Harry and Archie. The book, which appears on June 8, is illustrated by award-winning artist Christian Robinson. The idea for the book arose from a poem Meghan wrote for Harry when he celebrated his first Father’s Day after Archie’s birth. Meghan, who is bisexual, and Prince Harry were in the news about their decision to end royal life amid harsh medical examinations, and for their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey in March. In it, Harry reveals that an unnamed member of the royal family asked him how dark Archie’s skin color would still be.