The British royal couple, Meghan and Harry, have only married for a short six months. However, they’ve already attended dozens of political engagements and sports events.
The couple took a breather from royal duties almost a month ago but they’ll soon be back in action.
Back for a Musical
According to news reports, Meghan and Harry will be putting a pause of their honeymoon to attend a theatre performance in London. The award-winning musical apparently makes fun of Prince Harry’s ancestor, King George III. But, the newly-wed royals appreciate a good sense of humor.
Meghan and Harry will make an appearance at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London. They will watch the classic musical, Hamilton – and it’s apparently for a good cause. According to an official statement made by Kensington Palace, the play will support one of Prince Harry’s many charities.
The popular musical is based on the story of Alexander Hamilton, America’s founding father. It even pokes fun at George III, Harry’s royal ancestor. All proceeds from the theatre show will go towards Seneble that Harry and his close friend Seeiso of Lesotho created in 2006.
A Charitable Cause
According to reports, Meghan and Harry will personally meet the show’s cast and crew before the riveting performance.
The royal couple will also address the audience personally to show their support towards the charitable cause, which is aimed towards helping AIDS stricken countries like Lesotho and Botswana.
Being a humanitarian herself, Meghan has enthusiastically supported her husband’s charities in the past. Only last month we saw her cheering Harry at the Sentebale Polo Cup as he played polo in the scorching summer heat.
Even polo player and Harry’s close friend, Nacho Figueras, approved of this royal union in an interview with PEOPLE. He said that Meghan and Harry were very happy together. He also called Meghan ‘lovely’ and ‘wonderful’, saying that he was happy for both of them.
The royal couple will continue to pursue their humanitarian efforts in September for charity award night called Well Child which is aimed towards helping children battling deadly illnesses.
Later, Meghan and Harry will make a public appearance at Central Hall Westminster’s 100 Days to Peace. It is a music gala that celebrates 100 years since the end of First World War.
Proceeds from the event will go towards three of Harry’s prized charities for creating mental health awareness including Help for Heroes, Combat Stress and Heads Together.