The Duke and Duchess of Sussex donated 100,000 pounds (US $ 130,000) to CAMFED, which campaigns for female education in Africa. The charity said Megan and Harry had matched the amount raised by Sussex fans to celebrate Duke’s birthday, which would help at least 113 women and young girls. The couple said in a message to their fans, “There is no better way to celebrate what really matters.

“Thanks to everyone who made a donation, Harry and Meghan.”

The charity’s fundraising campaign kicked off last month to mark Meghan’s birthday on August 4.

Fans launched their #InspiredByMeghan fundraiser for Meghan’s birthday in August, but quickly changed it to #InspiredByHarry to celebrate his big day.

They have continued to channel praise to the pair after revealing their major gesture.

During a reception at Buckingham Palace in 2017, a picture of the Queen and her grandson was posted on the Royal Family’s expense, with the caption “I wish the Duke of Sussex a very happy birthday!” And emoji for cake and balloon.

The William and Kate account said: “I wish Prince Harry a very happy birthday today!” With a photo of Cambridge and Harry racing with each other at a 2017 event in support of Heads Together’s mental health campaign.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall also posted the message: “I wish a very happy birthday to the Duke of Sussex today!”

They also shared a photo of Harry, as well as another photo of the Duke with his father at Invictus Games.

Harry will be celebrating his birthday in his life, as he now lives in California with his wife Megan and son Archie after they moved to the US state before the coronavirus lockdown began in March.

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The couple will likely celebrate especially at their home in Santa Barbara as the coronavirus pandemic has forced many bars to close and restaurants to close their indoor spaces in the area.

Their new area also witnessed the after-effects of a California wildfire due to ashfall and red skies over the past few days.