Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visit Stanford University
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have gone back to school. The Royal couple visited the distinguished university in Palo Alto, California on Tuesday. A palace source reported the news to Today.
They met several professors and academicians and discussed their new charity organization. Moreover, the Royal couple spent several hours brainstorming with them. The meeting was to help them establish their new charitable organization. The couple moved their home from England to Canada. And posted in January on their website that they want to start a new foundation henceforth. They wrote:
This geographic balance will enable us to raise our son with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born. And also provide our family with the space to focus on the next chapter, including the launch of our new charitable entity.
Royal couple’s education:
The Royal couple flew commercially to America. University’s president Marc Tessier-Lavigne greeted the couple personally on arrival. The Duchess of Sussex herself earned her undergraduate degree in 2003 from Northwestern University. Harry attended the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst as he began his military career in 2005.
It has only been a month since the couple stepped down from their royal duties as senior members of the British Royal family. After this announcement, The Queen posted that the couple can no longer use their HRH titles or use public funds.
Their traveling in the U.S.:
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made more visits to the U.S. The couple is spending a lot of time in the U.S. for work. Because they were seen in Miami last week at the JP Morgan event. Harry also has been in talks with the investment bank Goldman Sachs and he might give a speech as part of an interview series for employees that will be broadcasted on YouTube, two sources told NBC News.
A palace source reported saying:
Not only will their new foundation stand the test of time. But, it will allow them to do some very ambitious things. Their charity will provide them with an opportunity to create something that will be their defining work—and it’s entirely theirs.