MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry have pledged £90,000 to a hunger charity amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are donating money generated from their 2018 wedding broadcast to the charity Feeding Britain – which provides families in need with food packages and hot meals. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates The charity’s director Andrew Forsey told Town & Country that the donation has been a “godsend” during the coronavirus outbreak. A spokesperson for the couple – who are now living in LA following Megxit – said Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “delighted” the money is going towards “such a great cause”. The couple reportedly told the Archbishop of Canterbury – who is President of Feeding Britain – that they wanted the money to go to the charity after UK schools closed last month.The publication reports that any excess profits from their BBC wedding broadcast – which was watched by over 18m people in the UK – was always going to be donated to a charity of the couple’s choice. However, Meghan and Harry were reportedly notified of the £90,000 as the coronavirus crisis broke and wanted to support… Read full this story
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