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Meghan Markle To Donate 2000 Copies Of Her Book The Bench Through Her And Prince Harry's Archewell Foundation

Earlier this week, Meghan Markle released her children's book The Bench. The pictured book is about the special bond between father and sons inspired by Prince Harry's relationship with their son Archie
Written By Akanksha Sridhara | Updated: June 11, 2021 17:29 IST
Meghan Markle To Donate 2000 Copies Of Her Book The Bench Through Her And Prince Harry's Archewell Foundation

The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has decided to give back to the community with her book The Bench. After releasing her first children, Markle has decided to donate 2000 copies to libraries, schools and such in the US. The donation drive is being spearheaded by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Archewell Foundation.

 
The Royal couple made the announcement through the Archewell Foundation website. Meghan and Harry are also working closely with First Book, a non-profit to help them donate the books.
 
It's been a great week for the Duchess of Sussex. The Bench happens to be Meghan Markle's first book. The picture book illustrated by Christian Robinson was released a few days after the birth of her daughter Lilibet. The little princess Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, named after her grandmother Diana and grandmother Queen Elizabeth II. Queen Elizabeth II is fondly called Lilibeth by her family. The picture book has received quite a bit of praise from critics.
 
Meghan Markle had penned a poem as a gift for Prince Harry on his first Father's Day. Inspired by the poem, Markle's The Bench is a tribute to fatherhood. It celebrates the special bond between Prince Harry and his son Archie and father and son in general. Several media outlets spotted a newborn Lilibet as well! The book showcases the Royal couple's life in California.


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