Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have pledged £90,000 raised during the broadcast of their 2018 wedding to the Feeding Britain charity to help duting the coronavirus pandemic.
The charity’s director Andrew Forsey told Town & Country that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s donation has been a “godsend” during the coronavirus outbreak.
The couple, who now live in LA are rumoured to be delighted the money is going towards “such a great cause.”
The Archbishop of Canterbury is President of Feeding Britain which provides food packages to the most vulnerable.
Andrew Forsey told Town & Country the donation will allow the charity to “keep breakfast, lunch and dinner, so three square meals, on the table of many tens of thousands of children across our network.”