Prince Harry misses the comforts of his homeland in England.
The 35-year-old recently revealed what he misses most about his country after moving to Los Angeles, California with Meghan Markle and her 1-year-old son Archie.
“We all miss rugby,” Harry said in an Instagram video shared by England Rugby on Wednesday.
The video is over two minutes long and highlights the popular international sport that has closed in the UK since March 20 amid the coronavirus pandemic that shut down sports and entertainment worldwide.
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As part of the “Pitch In” initiative, which aims to help area rugby teams support their local communities, the video claims that the pandemic “has not taken our spirit away.”
“When the game stopped, the rugby family joined in,” the caption reads. “Thank you from all of us at England Rugby.”
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Harry has served as the Honorary President of England Rugby and Vice-Trustee of the Rugby Football Union since 2015 and has helped to increase the participation and popularity of the sport at grassroots level.
Since planting roots in Markle’s hometown, Los Angeles, Harry and Markle, 38, have congratulated themselves on the local charity scene.
On Wednesday, the couple visited Homeboy Industries, a community-based social justice organization that works to improve the lives of previously incarcerated and formerly involved with gangs in Los Angeles and helped prepare meals that were distributed to those in need through the # # campaign. The group’s FeedHOPE.
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During his leisurely visit, Father Greg Boyle, who founded the organization, was not only enthusiastic about his willingness to jump “upside down” and roll his sleeves, but marveled at Markle’s Spanish-speaking abilities to access Hollywood in the one that told a story. about Harry intervening to comfort a woman who had reportedly recently lost his son’s father.
Father Boyle called the moment “a testament to his kindness,” adding that Markle’s Spanish is “pretty good.”
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The couple are said to be on their way to establishing themselves as cornerstones of generosity as they continue to focus on social issues such as racial injustice, gender equality, mental health, and environmental concerns, in addition to their work as engaging guest speakers. .