Meghan Markle and Prince Harry share an inspiring quote highlighting the importance of caring – as they miss out on Queen’s Christmas parties during their extended break
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared an inspiring Monday quote online
- Took to Instagram to highlight importance of caring with 9.9 million followers
- The quote reads ‘Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken a moment out of their six week break from royal duties to share an inspiring Monday quote with their 9.9 million Instagram followers.
Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, who are thought to have flown to the US to celebrate Thanksgiving with Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, took to their their social media to kick off the week with a feel good quote.
Posting a picture in their navy and white style format, they chose a line from inspirational author Anthony J. D’Angelo, it read: ‘Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community’.
Last month Buckingham Palace confirmed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will not join the Royal Family for Christmas at Sandringham, amid reports they will keep Meghan’s mother Doria company this year.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken a moment out of their six week break from royal duties to share an inspiring Monday quote with their 9.9 million Instagram followers, seen in South Africa with Archie in September
Alongside the snap, the Sussex Royal Instagram account wrote: ‘A thoughtful quote for the day – wishing you all a wonderful week ahead!’.
And the picture quickly racked up over 140,000 likes from followers praising their positivity.
One wrote: ‘Such Truth and Wisdom! Thank you for posting! No man or woman is an island. I wish you all a season of Joy, peace, reflection, reunion with close ties and renewal of purpose as the Christmas and Holiday season is right upon us. You three are loved for who you are as humans and for postings just like this.’
Another added: ‘I hope both of you are having a nice break and enjoying this holiday season with your family and friends (on the other side of the pond).’
Posting a picture in their navy and white style format, they chose a line from inspirational author Anthony J. D’Angelo, it read: ‘Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community’
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently taking a six-week break from royal duties.
They are understood to be in the US with their seven-month-old son Archie, where reports suggest the couple spent Thanksgiving with close family.
In November a spokesman revealed they will instead spend the festive season with Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland and their baby son, Archie, at an undisclosed location.
The Queen is said to be ‘supportive’ and understands that the couple want time out of the spotlight and for Meghan to be able to spend her first Christmas with her mother for two years.
Two years ago, Meghan joined the Royal Family for her first Christmas at Sandringham and the couple were seen putting on a united front with William and Kate
A spokesman for the Sussexes said: ‘Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham, their Royal Highnesses will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the duchess’s mother Doria Ragland.
‘This decision is in line with precedent set previously by other members of the Royal Family, and has the support of Her Majesty the Queen.
Despite their break, Meghan has continued to lend support to causes important to her, and shared a pre-recorded message for the launch of Uyinene Mrwetyana Foundation.
The Duchess had visited a memorial to South African student in September during the royal tour, and tied a ribbon in memory of the 19-year-old.
Uyinene Mrwetyana was raped and murdered after visiting a post office, sparking outrage across the country.
The couple have also shared an inspirational quote from late US author Leo Buscaglia, also known as Dr Love, about the power of small acts of kindness, pictured
Earlier this month, the couple also took a break from their holidays to encourage royal supporters to ‘do good’ as part of a global ‘generosity movement’ known as Giving Tuesday. Pictured, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Festival of Remembrance last month
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