the couple He was awarded the Ripple of Hope Award, an honor given by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Organization to leaders who have “demonstrated an unwavering commitment to social change and have worked to protect and advance equity, justice, and human rights.”
The Sussex team received the award along with five other recipients, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, at a ceremony hosted by the actor. Alec Baldwin.
Meghan arrived on the blue carpet in an off-the-shoulder white dress, while Harry opted for a classic suit. The couple were all smiles as they made their way down the carpet and were greeted by Kerry Kennedy.
The first three episodes of the six-part series will be released on Thursday. its trailers Controversy was already bornwith some critics claiming that the footage showing the press and paparazzi was from moments unrelated to Harry and Meghan.
Among the topics that the documentary series is expected to address are racism and mental health, two issues that Harry and Meghan have focused on in their work, and for which they were honored on Tuesday night.
The release of the documentary series comes at a particularly vulnerable time for Harry and the royal family, from whom he has largely estranged since stepping down from power and moving to California, where he and Meghan are. She now lives with their two young children.
Prince William, brother of Harry and his wife, Kate, Princess of Wales, Traveled from the UK to Boston last weekwhere they met up with another member of the Kennedy family, Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy.
On the eve of William and Kate’s flight, Controversy broke out in London After a guest at a reception at Buckingham Palace accused Lady Susan Hussey, William’s godmother, of racism. Hussey later resigned from her titular lady-in-waiting role, and palace officials subsequently opened an investigation into the incident.
Wells He has not met Harry and Meghan While they were in the US, it was a clear sign of the couple’s ongoing rift, according to ABC News royal contributor Victoria Murphy.
“William, Kate, Harry and Meghan put on a real show of unity at the Queen’s funeral, but I think this was always a show of unity,” Murphy said. “And we’re seeing now, with the release of this documentary, and Harry’s book, how tough these controversies are still, and I think they can get bigger depending on what’s in this documentary, what’s in the book.”
The book, titled “Reserve”, an apparent reference to Harry’s birth order, has been described by the Prince as a “first-hand account” of his life that is “completely accurate and honest”.
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