Harry Meghan Channel Princess Diana During Visit to Mandela Exhibit
Princess Diana’s legacy lives on in her son and his new wife.
Back in England after their first royal tour of Ireland together, Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Marklekicked off their latest public engagement on Tuesday at the bague femme sans pierre Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition set up at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in the Southbank Center. It was a special visit as the couple had the opportunity collier or rouge to bague femme tendance 2019 meet several prominent figures connected to the late South African president, including his granddaughter Zamaswazi Dlamini Mandela.
„Today’s event is hugely significant only because we are here to celebrate the life of a great man in history, but also because we are able to educate the bague femme obsidienne next generation, that we must never repeat the mistakes of the past,” she said. coque iphone 7 pas chercoque iphone 6 pas cher
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„She will be sadly missed as a warm, compassionate and collier or coeur femmecoque iphone x „I vividly recall our meeting when she visited South Africa last year and her taille de bague femme 52 burning desire to assist HIV positive children in Africa. Princess Diana had indeed become an Ambassador for victims of landmines, war orphans, the sick and needy throughout the world.”
The couple also met 92 year old Andrew Mlangeni, a close friend of Mandela’s who was sentenced to life in prison on Robben Island at the Rivonia Trial. custom iphone 11 case
Similarly, the royals mingled with Paul and Adelaide Joseph, anti Apartheid activists and close friends of Mandela and Winnie Mandela.
Inside the exhibit, the couple was entertained by a performance from the Ubunye Choir, which consists of people from the South African diaspora.
Harry and Meghan also got the chance to bague femme ruban look at some artifacts, including a Robben Island Bible, which was actually a disguised copy of Shakespeare plays sight that brought a smile to the former actress’ face.
Lord Peter Hain, chair of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, also said they had invited the royal couple as Mandela was one of Meghan’s heroes and Harry has been connected to South Africa for years through his charity, Sentebale.