Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
On Tuesday, February 11th, 38-year-old Meghan Markle and 35-year-old Prince Harry visited Stanford University in California, where they met with his professors and talked with them about their new charity foundation. According to insiders, the Dukes of Sussex flew from Canada on a commercial flight and were met by University President Mark Tessier-Lavigne.
As part of their ongoing work to develop and create a new charitable organization, they brainstormed with scientists and professors,
– said the source.
The couple stayed at the university for several hours, and then probably hastened back to canada to his nine-month-old son Archie. There are no other details of this meeting, as well as official shots.
In January, the Dukes of Sussex announced that they intend to establish a charitable foundation as soon as they move to North America. For Megan, who herself studied at Northwestern University, education is a very important component in the life of all people. In their public speaking She repeatedly emphasized the importance of encouraging young people (in particular girls) to learn.
Each person should have the opportunity to receive the education that he wants. But more importantly, everyone should have the right to receive this education. And for girls and women in developing countries this is vital She said.
Despite Meghan and Harry now living on Vancouver Island (and it seems don’t plan to return to England), they do not sit in place. So, at the beginning of the month they visited Florida, where they became guests of the closed dinner of JPMorgan financial holding, which was also attended by many celebrities, including Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. There the Duke of Sussex allegedly opened up about his decision to quit his royal duties and said that, although it was very difficult for him and Megan, he did not regret their decision, because he wanted to protect his family.