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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit Afghan refugees and reveal Archie’s favourite song.
The couple were visiting Task Force Liberty in New Jersey which is currently home to 10,000 refugees.

Speaking about the day, a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex said: “They asked staff about common terms in Dari, and left every interaction with children and adults alike saying ‘Tashakur,’ which means ‘Thank you’.”

The spokesperson added that the duke and duchess also led the class in a rendition of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes “which they shared was one of their son’s favourites as well”.

Archie, who is two, lives with his parents and baby sister, Lilibet, in California.

Task Force Liberty was initiated in August in line with the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.

More than 1,200 service members are currently stationed at the base to provide support to Afghans and their families.

Refugees are given temporary housing, medical screening and education while permanent homes are made available.

The base is currently home to 10,000 Afghan refugees who are being supported by the Department of Defense.

During their visit, they stopped by a classroom full of children learning English.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex helped the students practice with many children eager to impress Meghan and Harry with phrases like “Nice to meet you”.

The couple led a rendition of Head Shoulders Knees and Toes, which they said was one of Archie’s favourite songs .

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle The Duke and Duchess of Sussex ,made Veterans Day Outing in New Jersey.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex hosted a luncheon for service members and their spouses, and discussed topics like mental health and the importance of community.

To mark both Veterans Day and Remembrance Day, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited service members and their families at the Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey.

In their website, they updated the following;

Today, November 11, is a day for reflection, honor, and admiration in many countries around the world.

In the United Kingdom and Commonwealth Nations, it is Remembrance Day, an annual commemoration of those who died in world wars and in conflict. Families wear the Remembrance Poppy to memorialize soldiers whose lives have been taken, many lay wreaths, and coinciding with the moment when the Armistice was signed to end World War I—”the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month”—there’s a period of silence and quiet observance at ceremonies held in the U.K. and across the world.

In the United States, it is Veterans Day, a national holiday to recognize and applaud all veterans of the U.S. military. Around the country, local communities gather and host events to celebrate those who served. And today at Arlington National Cemetery—which holds an annual ceremony to honor men and women who have worn the uniform during war and peacetime—the sacred Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is turning 100-years old.

Throughout the week, and in reflection of each of these days, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have committed themselves to remembering, appreciating, and supporting servicemembers, veterans, and military families.

Yesterday, they attended the Salute To Freedom gala aboard the historic USS Intrepid aircraft carrier in New York City. There, The Duke awarded valiant members of the military community who are living with invisible wounds of war.

“As we honour and reflect on Remembrance Day in the UK, which shares a date with Veterans Day here in the US, my hope is for all of us to continue to support the wellbeing and recognise the value of our troops, veterans, and the entire military and service family. We and they are better for it.”

On Wednesday, Meghan and Prince Harry hit the gala’s red carpet in glamorous fashion: Harry sported a Giorgio Armani tuxedo with a bow tie, pinned with four medals and the cross for Knight Commander of Royal Victorian Order around his neck. Meghan wore a show-stopping red gown by Carolina Herrera with coordinating heels by Giuseppe Zanotti.

Prince Harry discussed the isolation service members often feel when returning home, and stressed the importance of supporting veterans.

“My experience in the military made me who I am today, and I will always be grateful for the people I got to serve with — wherever in the world we were,” said Harry, who served a decade in the British army and two tours in Afghanistan. “But in war, you also see and experience things you hope no one else has to,” he said. “These stay with us, sometimes like a slideshow of images.”

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Meghan Markle, The Duchess of Sussex ‘red dress’ searches explode 1,328% after an appearance at Salute to Freedom Gala, NYC according to

A new finding by casino review experts reveals that online interest in red dresses exploded to 14 times the average volume in one day, an enormous spike in interest for red dresses, according to Google search data analysis. 

The research also showed that online searches for ‘red heels’ exploded 212.5% (3 times the average volume) after the Duchess of Sussex appeared in red satin Giuseppe Zanotti heels at Intrepid Museum on the evening of the 10th November. 

The Duchess of Sussex has also had an influence on the search for the brand ‘Giuseppe Zannotti’ after pairing her stunning red dress with a pair of these heels. On the 11th of November, interest in Giuseppe Zannotti is seen to increase steadily throughout the day. In total, the interest spiked 488%.

Meghan Markle paired her Caroline Herrera red dress with diamond jewellery and a sleek bun for the Salute to Freedom Gala. Her makeup included a sharped winged eyeliner, with searches for ‘winged eyeliner’ increasing 185% on the 11th of November – the day after the Gala.

The Duchess accessorised this with red heels and her Poppy– a touching tribute to Remembrance Sunday and the fallen soldiers in the past World Wars, with her husband Prince Harry having served in Afghanistan.

A spokesperson for commented on the findings:  

 “Meghan Markle is paying homage to the cause behind the Salute to Freedom Gala with her striking red dress – symbolic of the red poppy that is extremely synonymous with veterans. Many people believe red is Meghan’s colour as she stunned in her penultimate engagement in 2020, also in a scarlet dress by Safiyaa.”

“This data proves that Meghan has the ability to blend style and elegance, whilst paying respect and keeping a degree of relevancy towards the events that she attends. It is particularly relevant to her husband, Prince Harry, who served two tours in Afghanistan with the British army.”

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