This week marks the 23rd anniversary of Princess Diana’s death and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex found a sweet way to honour the beloved royal’s memory.
The couple spent some time volunteering at a preschool in Los Angeles where they planted Forget-Me-Not seeds – Diana’s favourite flower.
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Wearing masks, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan also helped the children plant some vegetables including tomatoes, squash and sweet pea.
“In addition to helping the children replant the Preschool Learning Centre’s garden, they spent time with them, sharing their appreciation for nature and helping to instil the importance of healthy eating,” it says in a post from the Assistance League of Los Angeles, an organisation which runs the preschool for children from low-income families.
The Sussexes have been making plenty of time to volunteer since their move to the U.S.
Last week they helped distribute school supplies to an elementary school in Los Angeles and earlier in the year they worked with reformed gang members and delivered meals to the elderly who are struggling during the pandemic.
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