Meghan Markle, Prince Harry sparks another controversy for working with this activist

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle sparks another controversy for working with this activist

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wanted to help people in need in Los Angeles during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, they once again spark a huge controversy for working with Marianne Williamson and her Project Angel Food.

The Sussexes reportedly plan to continue working for the said non-profit organization to help people in need in Los Angeles. However, there are some questions as to why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle decided to choose Project Angel Food.

Who is Marianne Williamson?

Marianne Williamson is a famed self-help guru, author, and activist, who described herself as a “b**** for God.” She made herself known for her views on mental health, climate change, and vaccination orders. She once dreamt of running as the United States President in the upcoming 2020 Presidential election, but she eventually pulled off, CNN noted.

“She has expressed highly controversial views that came back to haunt her and helped end her recent bid for the White House,” a source told Sunday Mirror. “Some of her comments are at great odds with what the Duke and Duchess believe.”

Fans and critics alike will surely watch the pair closely now due to their link to Marianne Williamson. After they stepped down as senior royals, they may never want to be in another controversy again. Especially now that they are beginning their new lives in the U.S.

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???????????? #Repost @curtisleejamie @download.ins — The great part about fame, be it earned or inherited, is the ability to take a public’s interest in the minutia of a famous person’s daily life and turn it into advocacy and support for wonderful institutions. Certainly that was the case when the Duke and Duchess delivered meals on Easter for my good friend @richardayoub and the organization that he runs @projectangelfood with passion, tenacity, intelligence and hope. Project Angel Food delivers meals to their constituents all over the city of Los Angeles. EVERY DAY. The volunteers who show up EVERY DAY and package food and the drivers who deliver them and the staff that keeps the whole thing running are all HEROES. I include the Duke and Duchess while they delivered food they shone their light on a truly important and noble mission and helped immeasurably. I welcome them to my hometown and the Project Angel Food family. If you go to my bio I tell a story to @daniwriter, on her new podcast, about almost meeting Prince Harry’s mother and the impact she had on me and the world.

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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle’s Volunteer Works

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle delivered food for the sick and most vulnerable in Los Angeles. For their first volunteer work, Project Angel Food’s chief executive Richard Ayoub joined the couple. He even praised them for doing a fantastic job.

The Duke of Duchess allegedly told him they wanted to do well so that they could be invited again. The couple initially wanted to keep their philanthropic works a secret, but it still got public. Anyhow, they still planned to return and continue helping others.

The former Suits star earlier said that she felt good to be out to connect with people once again after her philanthropic works stopped following quitting the royal life. “Meghan and Harry were really down-to-earth. Meghan had been looking for an organization to get behind and says Project Angel Food is the perfect fit,” an insider told Daily Mail. “She plans on volunteering much more with Harry and, for the time being, urged her mom to stay home and stay safe.”

Meghan Markle’s mom, Doria Ragland, reportedly knows Marianne Williamson. Prince Harry’s wife is said to choose Project Angel Food as her mother supports Williamson.

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