The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared their last post before leaving their royal duties.
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, who will drop the royal title from their titles tomorrow after relinquishing their position as senior Firm members, posted a message on their account tonight.
The couple, who reportedly live in Malibu with 10-month-old Archie, pledged to continue their behind-the-scenes charity work, revealing that they “ focused the new chapter to understand how to best contribute. ”
They encouraged followers to be strong and positive during the pandemic, thanked fans for their support, and said they were looking forward to “ reconnecting soon. ”
The post, in which the comments were turned off, collected thousands of likes within minutes and signed off with ‘Harry and Meghan’. The comments on their remaining post also seem to be turned off.
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, who will drop the royal title from their titles tomorrow after relinquishing their position as senior members of the Firm, posted a message to their account tonight
Shared on their traditional navy blue template, the message begins tackling the coronavirus pandemic and reads, “As we can all feel, the world seems extremely fragile right now.
“Yet we are convinced that every person has the potential and the opportunity to make a difference – as can be seen all over the world, in our families, our communities and people on the front lines – together we can lift each other to realize the fullness of that promise. ‘
It continues, “The most important thing right now is the health and well-being of everyone around the world and finding solutions to the many problems that have arisen as a result of this pandemic.
“As we all find the role we need to play in this global shift and change of habits, we are focusing on this new chapter to understand how we can best contribute.
“Although you may not see us here, the work continues.”
Concluding by thanking their followers, it says, “Thank you to this community – for the support, the inspiration, and the shared commitment to the good in the world. We look forward to contacting you again soon. You have been great!
“Until then, take good care of yourself and each other,” Harry and Meghan.
The couple, seen during their 2017 engagement photo call, alleged to live in Malibu with 10-month-old Archie, pledged to continue their charity work behind the scenes, revealing they ‘focused the new chapter to understand how best to contribute
Shared on their traditional navy blue template, the message begins tackling the coronavirus pandemic and reads, “As we all can feel, the world seems extremely fragile right now., Before concluding they will ‘reconnect soon’
Harry and Meghan will officially leave the royal family tomorrow night.
Prince Harry and Meghan are said to unveil their new brand and charity this week, with Instagram as their favorite launch pad.
Together, Harry and Meghan have 11.3 million followers on their current SussexRoyal Instagram account, and are expected to launch a series of projects after the image refresh announcement.
The move will spur activity for both Prince Harry and Meghan, who have laid the foundation for life after royal duties.
Meghan, 38, is said to have ‘a huge amount of projects in the works’ after moving away from her duties across different areas.
The former actress’s first appearance after leaving the royal family was revealed on Thursday – with Meghan voicing a Disney documentary about elephants.
Meghan would also be interested in writing another recipe book following her successful Grenfell charity work for 2018 with Together: Our Community Cookbook.
It was launched in September 2018 as the Duchess’s first major solo effort as a member of the Royal Family.
Harry and Meghan fled their temporary base in Vancouver with the young son Archie amid the ongoing coronavirus threat that is flooding the world.
A Sussex spokesperson was asked to respond after the President of the United States took to Twitter to declare that the US would not pay for the safety of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex after their recent move from Canada.
Last month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex posted a statement on their website confirming that they had been asked to drop their ‘Sussex Royal’ brand as part of their agreement to step down as senior royals.
The statement read: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Sussex do not intend to use’ Sussex Royal ‘or any repetition of the word’ Royal ‘in any area (within the UK or otherwise) when the transition takes place in the spring of 2020 . “
It comes amid reports that the couple are hoping to settle permanently in North America, with sources claiming they want to raise baby Archie from the spotlight in the UK.