Lorraine slams Meghan Markle’s sister for plans to sue Duchess
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been committed to a number of charitable endeavours since quitting the Royal Family two years ago. One of their first acts upon leaving the Firm was to establish nonprofit organisation Archewell, which aims to drive “systematic cultural change across all communities”. Meanwhile, the pair have spoken out to promote vaccine equity, celebrating their son Archie’s second birthday by asking their fans to donate towards healthcare in medically underserved communities in the US.
Last month, the Sussexes received the President’s Award at the NAACP Image Awards in Los Angeles to recognise their “special achievement and distinguished public service”.
On receiving the accolade, Harry said: “We share a commitment to a life of service, a responsibility to confront injustice and a belief that the most overlooked are often the most important to listen to.”
However, criticism appears to follow the Sussexes wherever they go.
One royal expert suggested that the couple receive “backlash” because they are “so noisy” about their endeavours.
Harry and Meghan were accused of “virtue signalling”
Meghan and Harry have committed to a number of charitable endeavours
Mr Sacerdoti claimed that Harry and Meghan were projecting an image of “virtue signalling and attention seeking”, despite…