The day before the unveiling of the monument to his late mother, Prince Harry hung out with Ed Sheeran at a charity party in London!

The Duke of Sussex completed his five-day quarantine on his return to his homeland just in time to join the celebration of a charity close to his heart

Jul 1, 2021 - 08:53
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The day before the unveiling of the monument to his late mother, Prince Harry hung out with Ed Sheeran at a charity party in London!

Prince Harry is the sponsor of the children’s charity WellChild the UK, at whose awards ceremony and private garden party in London’s Kew Gardens he appeared on Wednesday.

The Duke of Sussex met with each winner and personally congratulated them on the award they received. The Duke then spoke informally with all the winners of the WellChild Awards and learned firsthand how they have lived with their families for the past 18 months and what support they have received from WellChild and each other through the WellChild Family Tree community. 

"Since I became a sponsor of WellChild in 2007, this organization and the people in it have held a very special place in my heart. I was not a father at the time, but the stories of those children and their parents still transcended that. I didn’t have to become a father to feel the impact of this priceless action. Now as a father of two, I feel an even stronger connection, inspiration, but also awe for the resilience of these families who resist indescribable challenges with the support of WellChild," says Prince Harry in his statement.

'The health of our children and all of us has been at the forefront over the past year. And throughout that time, the WellChild community has set an example of how to treat each other with compassion. I can't be more proud to be here, to meet this year's WellChild winners, to thank the nurses and doctors for everything they do, and to celebrate with these amazing families, 'added Prince Harry, who also hangs out with Ed Sheeran at the charity party. young singer-songwriter Anne-Marie and other famous guests.

The Duke of Sussex arrived in the UK last Friday to complete a five-day quarantine ahead of the statue unveiling ceremony for his late mother, which he will attend with his brother William on Thursday.

However, his appearance Wednesday at a WellChild charity event sponsored by him is not the first event this week to pay tribute to people embodying the spirit of philanthropy his mother has shown in her short life.

On Monday, while still in self-isolation at his London home of Frogmore Cottage, he addressed this year’s Diana Award winners via video.

"Our mom believed that young people have the power to change the world. She believed in your strength because she looked at it day in and day out on the faces of young people like you, witnessing boundless enthusiasm and passion. Meg and I basically believe that our world is at the height of change, real change for the good of all. Later this week my brother and I will celebrate what would be our mom’s 60th birthday. She would be so proud of all of you who live authentic lives with purpose and with compassion for others, " Prince Harry said in the video.

By: Olivia J. - Gossip Whispers