son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took part in charity


From a young age, the Sussex people teach their son to do good.

On New Year’s Eve, many believe in miracles more than ever. One such miracle happened to a small New Zealand company, Make Give Live.

A few days before Christmas, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sent a hundred hats to the founder of the brand on behalf of their son Archie. Accessories are made of merino wool and knitted by hand.

It was in this gray hat that little Archie posed for the Christmas card that Meghan and Harry made in Canada during their trip.

The principle of Make Give Live is “buy one hat, give the other to those in need”. This means that the brand can distribute a hundred hats that the Sussexes have purchased, as well as a hundred other products.

“Happy that the gorgeous Make Give Live hat that Archie received before he was born was able to keep him warm. The cute style of New Zealand merino beanie made sure to keep the baby’s head warm, ”said Claire Konza, founder of Make Give Live.

Konza also admitted that after the publication of the Christmas card, the demand for their products has grown significantly. In addition, delirium went into charity and helped those in need by distributing 3,500 hats. The cost of a hat, like Archie’s, is $ 49.

Photo source: Legion-Media

Author: Anna Skvortsova

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