Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are praised for emphasizing & # 39; amazing & # 39; non-profit Love The Oceans chosen as one of their & # 39; Forces For Change & # 39;
- Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, remain & # 39; Forces for Changes & # 39; to celebrate
- Shared a snap of a & # 39; great & # 39; non-profit named Love The Oceans on Instagram
- Mozambique charity chosen as one of the 15 royals to follow in August
The duke and duchess of Sussex have been praised for having a & # 39; amazing & # 39; put the non-profit organization in the spotlight.
Prince Harry, 34, and Meghan Markle, 38, emphasized the work of Love The Oceans from Mozambique in a post shared this afternoon on their official Sussex Royal Instagram account.
The organization, which focuses on marine conservation, was chosen by the royal couple as one of the 15 accounts they follow for the month of August, calling them the & # 39; Forces For Change & # 39; month .
The move was welcomed by followers, with one who said: & What a great couple. Keep doing what you do. & # 39;
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, were praised by fans for emphasizing the work of one of their & # 39; Forces for Change & # 39; on Instagram
The royal couple delighted their followers by sharing a selection of & # 39; s charities @LoveTheOceans for #InternationalWhaleSharkDay
The couple explained in a long caption why they were highlighting the charity, one of their & # 39; Forces for Change & # 39;
The couple shared a gallery with images of the work of Love The Ocean, in particular their work to protect whale sharks.
The photos & # 39; s were accompanied by a long caption: & # 39; At the end of the month we would like to acknowledge the great work of @LoveTheOceans – a non-profit organization we follow, chosen by you as #ForcesForChange month.
& # 39; Today we help them celebrate #InternationalWhaleSharkDay. & # 39;
They added: & # 39; LoveTheOceans (LTO) launches the campaign & # 39; Adopt a Whale Shark & # 39 ;, with which people can adopt an individual whale shark. The donation will support their ongoing research to protect these friendly giants. & # 39;
The royal couple shared a gallery with images of the charity, based in Mozambique, with one showing radiant volunteers
The royal couple selected different images of the charity to present their work for International Whale Shark Day
Another image showed divers inspecting coral at the bottom of the ocean, and another volunteer read a leaflet over the sharks
& # 39; You may be wondering – why protect a whale shark?
& # 39; These creatures are classified as endangered, meaning that they run a very high risk of extinction in the wild. The estimated world population of whale sharks has decreased by 50% in the last 75 years as a result of illegal fishing for these beautiful species on their fins, which are then sold on the black market.
They continued: & # 39; Love The Oceans has developed responsible tourism guidelines to protect these animals in their local area, along with fishermen and communities to protect their natural habitat and foster a healthy ocean for all marine life. & # 39;
Meghan and Harry & # 39; s social media fans praised them for bringing the charity to the attention of their 9 million followers
Followers praised them for emphasizing charity, with one writing: & # 39; So & # 39; n great organization! & # 39;
Another commented: & # 39; Great job for choosing organizations focused on climate change and sustainability. To bring this work and this agenda to the attention of the public. Bravo. & # 39;
Another added: & # 39; I am now reading Forces for Change here in the US. Thank you for your great work. I am inspired to get better. & # 39;
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