Prince Harry and Meghan Markle donate $ 1 million to women who can make a difference in their communities. Harry and Meghan, portrayed at Windsor Castle on September 10, two days after Queen Elizabeth's death The Duke and Duchess portrayed at Windsor Castle on September 10, two days after Queen Elizabeth's death The project is linked to the podcast of the Duchess and will award grants worth a thousand dollars each to support deserving women and make the very young understand the meaning of philanthropy.
Finally news that puts the couple in a good light, who are said to be trying to retract tones and contents of both the Netflix documentary and Harry's autobiography, to avoid the final break with the royal family. Harry hoped the book would be released in the United States on Thanksgiving November 24.
The buckingham Palace royals hope that the book will never be published, to avoid new scandals for the royal family, which is perhaps in search of a reconciliation. In a recent interview, Harry and Meghan told: "We all need a dog to keep us calm.
I have three, a black labrador who calls us Pula, a beagle named Guy and another beagle that we recently took to. kennel, which is called Mia. They run around, chase squirrels and cause a lot of trouble, but when they behave well they are a tremendous psychological and emotional support.
Basically it's like having five children."
Harry and his wife Megham Markle are likely to delay the release of their expected November book which, according to what they expected a lot in Britain, would have caused a sensation, putting the Royal Family in crisis.
The release, first postponed to 2023 due to the death of Queen Elizabeth, could even be canceled, according to royal biographer Tina Brown. And for a very specific reason. She said: "Harry's memoir will never see the light of day because it would destroy any chance of reconciling with the royal family.
The prince would request some significant changes after his grandmother's death, including a new chapter on the death of the late monarch and the period preceding his funeral."