Meghan Markle Stands In Solidarity With South Africa’s #AmINext Movement
Meghan visited the memorial to Mrwetyana at the Clareinch Post Office, where she was killed, and left a handwritten message. It read, “Harry & Meghan 26th September 2019.” She added, “We stand together in this situation,” in the native language of Xhosa. She’s seen in an Instagram photo tying a ribbon on the memorial.
Prince Harry and Meghan have split up for part of their
African royal tour, and she made this visit alone.