The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently posted a statement on their Archewell website in response to the devastating violence in Afghanistan. They said they were supporting the emergency response in Haiti with its partner World Central Kitchen and publicized other organizations such as Women for Afghan Women, Afghanaid and Mercy Corps.
News.au royal expert Daniela Elser claimed it may have been a ” calculated omission ”following recent reports of strained relations between the couple.
She said: “Harry and Meghan have turned their backs on one of Kate Middleton’s most personal plans in a palace snub.
“But where things start to get a little sticky is in the practical resources section that they’ve included, following their statement on their website that offered a selection of charities to support and mental health resources.
“Obviously not on the list?” You spotted it, I’m sure. Heads together.
“Why oh why wasn’t the very successful mental health organization that Harry himself helped found not be co-founded on the list?”
“In light of the events of more recent times, given the sibling feuds, TV scoring blasts, and tiny media leaks, the question is whether the decision not to include Heads Together was just accidental or more pointed. movement?
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Harry and Meghan added: “When a person or a community suffers, a part of each of us does with them whether we realize it or not.
“And although we are not supposed to live in a state of suffering, we as a people are conditioned to accept it. It’s easy to feel helpless, but we can put our values into action – together.
“To get started, we encourage you to join us in supporting a number of organizations doing essential work. We also urge those in positions of global influence to move swiftly forward on humanitarian dialogues expected to take place this fall at multilateral meetings such as the United Nations General Assembly and the G20 Leaders’ Summit.
“As an international community, it is the decisions we make now – to alleviate the suffering of those we know and those we may never meet – that will prove our humanity. “
Kensington Palace also described the campaign as the “greatest single project that their Royal Highnesses have undertaken together”.
However, Harry is no longer involved after stepping down from royal duties alongside his wife Meghan to seek a new career in the United States.
They’ve also made headlines recently after publicly sharing their reasons for leaving the firm, while also hitting Kate and William.
Express.co.uk has contacted a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for comment.