Every month, Prince Harry and Meghan use their @SussexRoyal Instagram account for good and follow a selection of charities with a theme they’d like to highlight. The couple continued their tradition of rotating the accounts they follow every month, honouring members of the armed forces and their families for the month of November.
Prince Harry and Meghan posted a collage of nine photos which shows service men and women and their families. Two of the photos include Prince Harry and Meghan with serviceman and women.
The post read: “For the month of November we are honouring members of the armed forces and their families.
“The Duke of Sussex proudly served for ten years and continues to advocate for the well-being and support of those that serve, veterans and their loved ones. This is a shared interest that The Duchess of Sussex also focused on prior to becoming a member of the royal family; she joins her husband in their continued dedication to this community.
“All accounts we are following for the month of November recognise the commitment to country and community that these men and women represent.”
They ended the post by thanking the serviceman: “Thank you for your service.
“Once served, always serving.
They also included a sweet message by philosopher Edmind Burke. “’The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men [and women] to do nothing.’”
Besides the quotes and messages from the royal couple, the post included a list of accounts for Instagram users to follow or support.
Now, the couple is following Prince Harry’s foundation, @WeAreInvictusGames, as well as
@HelpforHeroes, @EndeavourFund, @RoyalBritishlegion, @VeteransFoundationUK,@SSafa_ArmedforcesCharity, @FisherHouseFdtn, @PuppiesBehindbarsorganization, @HomesforOurTroops, @SoldiersCharity (ABF), @Household_Calvary, @1MWave, @The.Not.Forgotten, @OfficersAssociation, @SupportTheWalk, @RoyalHospitalChelsea, @Scottyslittlesoldiers, @Armyfamiliesfederation, @Teamrubicon, @Mates4mates, @TheUSO, @RoyalMarines and @TheVillageCharity.