Coronavirus: Meghan and Harry encourage

With a long post on Instagram, Prince Harry (35) and Duchess Meghan (38, "Suits") want to encourage people to cope with the Corona crisis. In these "uncertain times", cohesion was "more important than ever". "We need each other for the truth, for support, and to feel less alone during a time that, frankly, can be scary." There are currently a lot of people all over the world who need exactly this support. The willingness of many to help and face the threat of COVID-19 is impressive. "This moment is a true testimony to the human soul."

A "digital neighborhood"

It is currently important, among other things, that others be treated with "empathy and kindness". The young royals wanted to make this their "guiding principle" for the coming weeks. Harry and Meghan want to share important information from experts in the upcoming days and weeks, among other things, and post insights into correct behavior to protect their own family and themselves. They would also work with organizations that care about the psychological and emotional wellbeing of others.

"We are all in the same boat," the two explain further. "And as a global community, we can support each other during this process – and build a digital neighborhood that feels safe to every one of us."