Harry and Meghan Markle moved to California after giving up their royal life in March of this year. Since then, former members of the royal family have been working to start their own charity, which they want to name Archewell.
The garden of the Beverly Hills mansion was in full view behind Harry as he delivered his powerful speech.
Harry’s poignant speech was made to his charity Sentebale, founded in 2006 by the King and Prince Seeiso to help vulnerable people in Lesotho.
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In his powerful statement, Harry praised the work of young people fighting the stigma of HIV and AIDS.
He said: This year’s theme is resilience, which we have all understood around the world, especially in recent months.
“And for many, dig deep to discover that resilience has been a difficult experience.
“For those affected by HIV and AIDS, examples of resilience within the self and in the community have been felt and encouraged for decades. “
It is not clear whether former members of the royal family rent Perry’s mansion or are simply there as guests, but there is no record of the sale of the house.
Meet The Browns star Instagram reveals more details and a breathtaking view of the giant property that Meghan and Harry live in.
The eight-bedroom, 12-bathroom Tuscan-style villa sits on 22 hectares of land.
It is located in the ultra exclusive gated community of Beverly Ridge Estates.
Harry recently made video call appearances at several of his charities.
On Monday, Meghan and Harry joined the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust online to discuss their experiences with racism.
Harry admitted his own bias and blind spots to racism, while Meghan called on “passers-by” to act in the Black Lives Matter movement.
Harry also made a joke about aging when he called the young leaders, causing Meghan to laugh.