A lot of people thought that the WellChild Awards would be Meghan and Harry’s first official outing together following the birth of Archie.
Instead, they’ve been super busy in the last couple of months. The whole family recently visited South Africa, and both the Duke and Duchess have been vocal when it comes to their preferred charities.
The WellChild Awards is one of the charities that Harry has supported the longest, and honours the bravery of children with serious illnesses.
Here’s Vanity Fair:
WellChild…chooses their annual award winners from among their beneficiaries, to spotlight their bravery and persistence.
Harry has been a patron of the organization since 2007, and has attended the award ceremony most years since. Once Meghan and Harry arrived, they met with someone with children who were being honored at the ceremony.
Harry then gave a speech, during which he became quite emotional:
The Telegraph thinks that the Prince’s strong reaction to the event might have something to do with the pressure that he and Meghan have been under during the last few months.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to lay bare the “world of pressure and pain behind the brave faces” in a documentary, it has been revealed, after the Duke broke down during an emotional speech about seriously ill children on Tuesday night.
The Duke and Duchess, who have both given interviews to their friend Tom Bradby as part of an ITV programme about their recent tour in Africa, will speak on camera about the “challenge and pressure of balancing their public duties and family life”.
The ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, will follow Meghan and Harry on their recent tour of Africa.
The documentary comes after an extraordinary statement from the Duke about the tabloid press and his family, in which he spoke furiously of “relentless propaganda” against his wife. It was also announced that the Duchess was to sue the Mail on Sunday over the publication of extracts of a letter she wrote to her father and the Duke announced he was suing the owners of The Sun and Daily Mirror over allegations of phone hacking.
I’ll leave you with the short trailer for Harry & Meghan: An African Journey:
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