Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry: On Archie’s birthday they donate children’s hats

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry
They donate children’s hats for Archie’s birthday

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan used Archie’s birthday to bring joy to other children.

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Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry used their son’s birthday to do good. They donated children’s hats on Archie’s behalf.

Duchess Meghan (39) and husband Prince Harry (36) used the 2nd birthday of their son Archie on May 6 to think about other families and children. “Exciting news: Harry & Meghan, Duke & Duchess of Sussex and of course Archie generously donated 200 beautiful hats to needy children on the other side of the world in New Zealand”, writes the New Zealand charity “Make Give Live” in an Instagram post.

The hats are part of care packages, which in turn are put together by the organization “I Got Your Back Pack” and made available to families in need.

This is not the first time that the Sussex couple have supported the organization. The small family already proved to be big fans of the products in 2019. At the turn of the year, a photo of the little royal with a cute bear hat went around the world. In December 2020, the couple donated 100 hats for children in need for the first time.