On July 15, the charity Harvest Home - which supports pregnant women and their children by providing housing, support and supplies for women in need - shared a photograph on Instagram of towers of donated nappies to their Instagram page.
The sizeable donation, they said, came courtesy of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, their Archewell donation and nappy-producing companies Proctor and Gamble (P&G) who provided Pampers aplenty.
According to the organisation, the nappies arrived at the charity's new second home which will ensure more women are housed and supported.
'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,' the charity wrote in the post's caption.
'Thank you helping us ensure that our mums and babies have all they need in our homes.'
Archewell partnered with P&G earlier this year in what the organisation called a 'multi-year, global partnership' with the aim to work towards their shared goals of gender equality and vaccine equity.
Since moving to Los Angeles in Spring 2020, the royal couple have taken part in community-based volunteering and charity initiatives on several occasions, like delivering food parcels.
Their other branches of Archewell, Archewell Audio and Productions have also expanded after the couple signed deals with Spotify and Netflix, respectively.
Earlier this week, Markle confirmed that she was set to executive produce her first series for the streaming platform, a feminist animated series celebrating influential women from history called Pearl.
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