Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle are already adjusting to their new neighborhood. The couple moved to Los Angeles a few weeks ago together with their son Archie Harrison and just recently, they helped in distributing meals to people affected by the coronavirus pandemic together with the non-profit charity called Project Angel Food.
It was Meghan’s mother who told them about Project Angel Food and the couple agreed to help out. According to Richard Ayoub, executive director of Project Angel Food, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex contacted them and they came in. They gave the couple a tour of their kitchen and also met with their chefs. He added that the two were very down to earth and engaging. They asked questions and showed interest in helping those who were their more vulnerable clients, especially those with compromised immune systems who are prone to having COVID-19.
Ayoub added that he explained the protocols to them including the wearing of masks, gloves, and to always observe social distancing. The couple was covered up with all the protective clothing as they delivered food. Many of the recipients didn’t even recognize them but one called to confirm if it was really the couple who delivered the food.
Further, they were informed that the couple delivered to six individuals in Burbank and Glendale, California. Each delivery consisted of one week worth of frozen meals suited to the person’s needs. They also included oatmeal and canned goods.
The couple enjoyed it and volunteered to deliver again and this time to 14 people in West Hollywood for a total of 20 deliveries in all. Ayoub added they wanted to relieve their drivers of their workload who were making 50 to 60 deliveries daily. They also want to pay tribute to their chefs.- Advertisement -
Ayoub also shared that Prince Harry and Meghan were casually dressed during their visits. They also looked very happy together. He also mentioned that they seemed very in love with each other. He also hoped that they would come back again.
For those who are interested to donate to Project Angel Food, they are accepting donations online. Donations will be sued to feed the families in need during this pandemic.