Prince Harry was returning to Los Angeles just two days after the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral. The Duke of Sussex did not even want to wait for his grandmother’s birthday when he packed his bags to meet Meghan Markle and her son Archie. Since that moment, two weeks ago, the earth had swallowed them up and it was not until this Sunday that the little son of Lady Di He publicly reappeared at a solidarity concert at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.
Harry chairs the campaign Vax Live whose objective with this event created under the slogan ‘The concert to reunite the world’ is to achieve a commitment from world leaders that guarantees access for all to vaccines against the coronavirus. The Duke of Sussex, with a microphone in hand and alone, has not hesitated to get on the stage where stars such as Jennifer Lopez or J Balvin, among others, have passed. The prince has shown his gratitude to the “heroes” who have worked in the front line “to protect us all” and has called for unity in the face of the pandemic.
In the same way that Meghan preferred not to travel to the United Kingdom on medical prescription due to her advanced pregnancy, she has also preferred to absent herself from this charity event to which she was invited.
About to be a dad for the second time
On May 6, little Archie will be two years old, the last as an only child and one further away from his paternal family whom he has not seen for more than a year. It will be for the summer when Meghan and Harry welcome their second child, a girl whose name has not yet transcended but who the media claim will include Diana’s name as a tribute to Lady Di.