Harry, Markle to work as Commonwealth youth ambassadors

Posted April 18, 2018

There's one month until Prince Harry's wedding to Meagan Markle, and a Whanganui woman who is a big fan of theirs made a decision to take her chances and write to Buckingham Palace to request an invite.

On Monday, the newly-appointed head of the Commonwealth Youth Forum gave a speech about the work has plans to put in place for the group.

"Having taken Prince Harry and Markle's engagement photos, it brings me such joy to be able to witness again, the next chapter in this wonderful love story".

"I believe firmly that central to The Queen's success in supporting The Commonwealth has been her constant focus on not just the Prime Ministers and Presidents of member nations, but of the people themselves".

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"I am incredibly grateful that the woman I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, of which she is too hugely excited to take part in", he said.

The heartfelt speech was opened with a tribute to his grandmother, describing her as "the ultimate source of guidance on all things Commonwealth". Harry, who is the Patron of the Invictus Games Foundation, made his first public appearance with the former Suits actress at the Invictus Games in Toronto back in September.

"I wanted to make sure youth and young people are a priority at this meeting", May said. "Her call to action was for her fellow young people to lead the way in making the Commonwealth a 'more free, more prosperous, more happy and a more powerful influence for good in the world", Prince Harry said.

Screens on the Long Walk and in Alexandra Gardens will display the wedding ceremony in St George's Chapel and the following procession as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle travel through the town on Saturday, May 19.

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