Although they recently moved to Los Angeles, in a desire to lead a more normal life after giving up their royal titles, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been actively involved in the fight against coronavirus.
According to Richard Ayoub, the executive director of the Angel Food project, Meghan and Harry contacted them to provide their services after they learned that drivers carrying food were outnumbered, so on Easter Sunday the former Duke of Sussex they brought for the first time non-perishable foods to 20 people unable to leave the house due to their critical health, in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.
“They told us they learned that our drivers are no longer coping and volunteered to ease their mission,” said Richard Ayoub, noting that three days later, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry had offered again the services.
The director of the foundation explained that the two strictly followed the rules, wearing masks and gloves and keeping the distance of 2 meters between them and the others. Also, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry donated £ 90,000 to the Feeding Britain Charitable Foundation in the past days to support the efforts of those who strive to feed the vulnerable population during the quarantine.