In May 2022, a terrible shooting killed 22 people, including the murderer himself.
The Uvalde massacre remains in everyone’s memory.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, made a symbolic gesture four months after the massacre.
Harry and Meghan are not easy in the United States. With her podcast Archetypes on Spotify, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 41, is fully in her fight against clichés. Indeed, the wife of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, 38, is an activist for women’s power and will participate in a fundraiser banned from the media for the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana. Recall that the Sussex couple recently received a prestigious Ripple Of Hope Robert F Kennedy Human Rights winner. This last prize, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex owe it to their Archewell Foundation. It was also through the same charitable foundation that the Sussexes carried out charitable work in Uvalde, Texas.
In its article of October 19, 2022, the Daily Mail recalls a tragic event that shocked the whole world. The Robb School, a school located in Uvalde, Texas, was the scene of a tragic shooting in May 2022. The murderer was an 18-year-old boy named Salvador Rolando Ramos. He killed 21 people, students and teachers, before turning his gun around to kill himself. Immediately after this horrific shooting, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, 41, paid tribute to the victims by going very discreetly to Uvalde.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: the Duke and Duchess of Sussex take part in the construction of a playground in Uvalde
Wearing a baseball cap and dressed in a casual t-shirt and jeans, Meghan Markle came to the site to discreetly lay flowers. Recently, we learn that through their Archewell Foundation, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have lent a hand to three other charities. The four associations have embarked, with the city hall, on the construction of a playground in DeLeon Park. Quoted by the Daily Mail, journalist Omid Scobie, said the aim of the project was to “foster a sense of togetherness and healing and to honor the lives lost”.
Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex © Agency / Bestimage