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Prince Harry, All Smiles in His Backyard in Los Angeles new video


Very generous. It was from his villa garden in Los Angeles that Prince Harry participated, with a smile on his face, in a simple video conference with Street Games, an organization that enables underprivileged people to play sports.

The Cambridge and Sussex rival each other in generosity. When it is not Kate Middleton and Prince William inviting themselves to association videoconferences, it is Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry, who do it.

In a video shared this Friday, May 29 by the Street Games Twitter account, the Duke of Sussex appears all smiles in the garden of producer Tyler Perry’s luxury villa. Any sign of wealth is avoided. The goal here is to be relaxed and engaged.

A real commitment that has been around for some time. In 2018, Meghan and Harry had chosen the organisation responsible for promoting sport to underprivileged young people from among the seven charities to which a donation would be made on the occasion of this union.

They had visited two Street Games projects at the time,” says Hello Magazine, which reports on Prince Harry’s recent appearance in Sport at the Heart’s ‘Zoom’ conversation to help families in North London. Even from the United States, Prince Harry does not forget the United Kingdom. He asked three volunteers how they acted during the coronavirus crisis. They simply handed out sports equipment to families who were in need. Sport is good for the body, but it’s also good for the mind.


“Stay safe”

“You understand the importance of being outdoors and being able to participate in sports and outdoor activities, not only to keep you physically fit, but also mentally,” said Prince Harry, who would have liked to welcome the runners at the London Marathon to the finish line as he does every year. But this time it was impossible in the midst of a coronavirus epidemic.

It is difficult to find the right balance between health safety and a more global resumption of sporting activities. Prince Harry, involved in the Invictus Games, knows this well and concludes this videoconference from his garden with a message of support, but also of caution for the Street Games volunteers. “Stay safe! You are doing an incredible job and thank you for being yourselves, for being so kind, compassionate and caring to others,” Prince Harry concluded.

Photo credits: Backgrid UK/ Bestimage

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