Prince harry was received last Sunday night with an ovation when he appeared on the stage of the charity concert held at the SoFI in Inglewood (Los Angeles) in order to obtain vaccines against Covid-19 for less developed countries. Upon arrival, phrases such as “you are one of us” or “we love you here” could be heard, as a sign of support after leaving the British Royal Family and moving to the United States.
During his speech at ‘Vax Live: The Concert To Reunite The World’, the largest concert since the pandemic shook the world more than a year ago, the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II He praised the doctors who had worked on the front lines during the most critical moments of the pandemic and spoke about the importance of no borders for vaccines. “Just as the virus does not respect borders, access to them cannot be determined by geography. It should be a basic right for everyone.
A few hours before his intervention, the Duke of Sussex, with his wife, Meghan Markle, published a joint statement through their social networks. “Last year our world experienced pain, loss and struggle. Now we have to recover and heal together. The former American actress, who is about to give birth to her second child, could not be present at the concert, but sent a message of support through her husband. We cannot leave anyone behind. We will be safer when everyone has the same access to the vaccine. We must pursue an equitable distribution and restore faith in our humanity.
This was the first time Harry had appeared in public after attending the funeral of his late grandfather, the Prince philip, and after the controversial interview of the couple with Oprah Winfrey, issued last March.
The duke’s fight was joined by other celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Selena Gomez, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, Chrissy Teigen, Jimmy Kimmel, Sean Penn, O David Letterman.
Shortly before the musical performances and the emotional speeches of numerous celebrities, the brother of the Prince Guillermo He addressed the crowd with a clear message: “We are at a watershed moment in the global fight against Covid-19. Tonight is a celebration for the millions of heroes around the world who have helped stop the virus. They all fought selflessly to protect us. They served and sacrificed, they put themselves in danger and they acted with courage. We owe them a great debt of gratitude.
Applauded by thousands of onlookers, the Duke of Sussex delivered an encouraging speech: “This pandemic will not end unless we act collectively with our humanity. The vaccine must be distributed everywhere and fairly to all corners of the world. “He added:” We must ensure that no one person or community is left behind. Tonight, we will especially stand in solidarity with the millions of families in India who are fighting against a devastating second wave», He concluded.