Harry and Meghan donate nappies to mothers in need

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Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images
Photo credit: Samir Hussein - Getty Images

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are continuing their mission of supporting women in need.

It was revealed via Harvest Home's Instagram account this weekend that Harry and Meghan had donated a generous amount of Pampers baby nappies to the charity as part of the company's Million Acts of Love Campaign. The organisation shared a photo of an impressive amount of nappy packages, alongside a caption thanking the Sussexes for their donation. Harvest Home is a charity that works to transform the lives of homeless pregnant women in and around Los Angeles, helping provide for them and their children.

"Pallets and pallets of diapers... we are so grateful!" Harvest Home's message began. "These diapers recently arrived at our new Pico-Robertson Home and we could not be more thankful to the Archewell Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and @proctergamble and @pampersus for the incredible donation through their Million Acts of Love Campaign. Thank you helping us ensure that our moms and babies have all they need in our homes!"

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The Sussexes have worked with Harvest Home before. Earlier this year, the couple made a donation in partnership with Procter & Gamble in celebration of Mother's Day. Meghan even included a touching note, which she wrote while she was still pregnant with her second child, Lilibet "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, to accompany the donation.

"As a mom, and an expectant mom, I deeply appreciate the significance of community support, safe and accessible pregnancy resources, and trusted guidance in a nurturing setting," Meghan wrote at the time. "These ingredients are essential to not just our physical health, but our mental well-being, and I commend you for leading a compassionate community that lives these values.

"Thank you for all you do for the women and mothers who are turned away elsewhere, at no fault of their own," she continued. "When we consider how vulnerable any mother feels during the fragile time of pregnancy, we gain perspective about how especially difficult it can be for pregnant women of colour and those who come from under-resourced and vulnerable communities. I hope you will accept an offer of support to help further uplift Harvest Home’s residents."

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