Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding profit donated to feed children
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have arranged for money generated from their royal wedding broadcast to be used to help feed children during the coronavirus pandemic.
Harry and Meghan asked for $112,000 - the excess profits from the BBC's broadcast - to be given to the charity Feeding Britain, The Daily Mail reported.
Harry and Meghan phoned the Archbishop of Canterbury, who conducted their marriage ceremony in 2018 and who is president of Feeding Britain, to discuss the donation to the charity's countrywide projects.
"During that time, there are many tens of thousands of children who we are helping to supply with breakfast, lunch and dinner every day," national director of Feeding Britain Andrew Forsey said.