Meghan Markle and Prince Harry may not live in England full-time anymore, but they've always said that they will uphold their commitment to charitable endeavors even as non-royals. Now, they've proven just that with a new donation. As Town & Country reported, the couple has donated roughly £90,000, or about $112,000 in U.S. dollars, to the charity Feeding Britain. According to the organization's website, it is "running an emergency food program to protect children and their families from hunger" amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Feeding Britain is a crucial resource for low-income families to supplement meals while schools are closed.
Per Town & Country, the donation amount came from the money that Meghan and Harry profited from the BBC's broadcast of their royal wedding back in May 2018. Suffice to say that their current life looks very different than it did back then, but we'll still be cheering them on every step of the way.