Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive in US after Caribbean vacation

This news has been read 448 times!

WASHINGTON, LOS ANGELES, Oct 18, (Agencies): Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have returned to the United States following a relaxing tropical getaway. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted disembarking at an Atlanta airport on a leisurely Sunday, capping off their brief Caribbean vacation. Their airport attire was decidedly casual, with Prince Harry donning a baseball cap, while Meghan held onto her hat.

What caught the eye of onlookers was Meghan’s shopping bag emblazoned with “Cream of the Islands.” This unique bag, now sold out, originally retailed for $10 on the Seven Council Fires Native Art online store. It’s no ordinary shopping bag but an upcycled feed and flour sack creation by Alethea John and her mother, Bernice John, showcasing authentic Caribbean craftsmanship.

The royal couple, Meghan at 42 and Prince Harry at 39 made their most recent public appearance just a week ago in New York City in honor of World Mental Health Day. At the inaugural in-person event for their Archewell Foundation, they joined a panel of parents who shed light on their own experiences as parents to their two children, four-year-old Prince Archie and two-year-old Princess Lilibet. The summit, aptly named “The Archewell Foundation Parents’ Summit: Mental Wellness in a Digital Age,” focused on the challenges of parenthood in the digital age, especially in the context of social media.

Meghan and Harry had quietly collaborated with the parents who took part in the event, sharing their experiences and insights behind the scenes. “I can’t start without thanking all the parents, the mothers, and fathers for being with us physically today, but also being on this journey with us for the last year, creating this community of shared experience,” remarked Harry as he and Meghan took the stage to address the audience. Their dedication to mental health and their commitment to making a positive impact were evident in their involvement in this important summit.

This news has been read 448 times!

Related Articles

Back to top button

Advt Blocker Detected

Kindly disable the Ad blocker

Verified by MonsterInsights