The dukes planted flowers in honor of Princess Diana visiting a preschool in Los Angeles on the 23rd anniversary of her death
EU . – Prince Harry and Meghan Markle planted flowers in honor of Princess Diana during a visit to a preschool in Los Angeles on the 23rd anniversary of her death, Monday.
The Duke, 35, and the Duchess of Sussex , 39, currently living in their $ 14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, having officially retired from their royal duties in March.
The couple could be seen digging with trowels in the dirt and planting flowers while visiting children at risk in Los Angeles, and Prince Harry and Meghan also planted flower seeds “forget me not” in memory of Princess Diana.
According to the couple's biographer, Omid Scobie, the couple went on to play nursery rhymes in the garden with children and also spent time reading books on gardening and vegetables.
Prince Harry and Meghan had reportedly previously volunteered at the center with this visit to coincide with the anniversary of Princess Diana's death.  In the photographs, you could see the couple, who wore masks during their visit, leaning on the ground while they carefully replanted the garden.
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