The Royal couple chose the words of the American writer, Professor, and motivational speaker Leo Buscaglia. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remind fans that even small actions can inspire big change.
The Royal couple dedicated a post to Instagram to dedicate Tuesday as “a day that encourages people to do good,” which is celebrated both in the USA and UK, sharing an inspirational quote by American author, Professor and motivational speaker Leo Buscaglia: “Too often we underestimate the power of touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest moment of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life.”
Quote followed the usual format of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for sharing words of wisdom on their social media platform, with white letters on a blue screen under their joint monogram.
“GivingTuesday”, a global movement of generosity, releasing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world 3 Dec 2019 and every day”, — is spoken in the message header.
The reminder comes just days after 38-year-old Megan and Harry, 35, announced the organization in which they will follow and help in the month of December, which fall under the programme of care for the needy.
“Continuing our monthly tradition of allocating funds, which do good to you, and inspired by the twelve days of Christmas” – we have selected twelve organizations caring for the needy, especially at this time of the year,” they headlined a collage of photos from charity organizations.
New parents of son Archie, born may 6, remain at attention all the latest news in Instagram despite the fact that took a break from public attention. They have gone on 6 weeks leave before the end of the year to relax a little bit from the pressure from the press in the direction of the pair.
Legal documents recently filed in London’s High court show that Megan is suing the publisher of “The Mail on Sunday” for printing “private and confidential” letters to
her father, 75-year-old Thomas Markle, in the peak of her “great personal suffering and experiences”. Meanwhile, Harry is suing News UK (the owner of the Sun newspaper) and MGN (former owner of the Mirror) over the alleged illegal interception of voice mail messages.
Megan and Prince Harry also miss the annual holiday festivities in Sandringham-including a public walk to Church on Christmas morning with Queen Elizabeth and the rest of the Royal family.
After spending the last two Christmases at Sandringham, Their Royal Highnesses will spend the holiday this year with her mother the Duchess of Dooriya Ragland.