Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan volunteered with the Preschool Learning Center in Los Angeles this week, where they helped youngsters with gardening and planting. The royal couple spent time adding forget-me-not flowers as well as vegetables including petunias, California wildflowers, tomatoes, squash and sweet pea seeds to a school planting box. In addition, the Sussexes helped young pupils as they spent time reading books about the importance of healthy foods and eating. Meghan and Harry even read the fairytale fable “Jack and the Beanstalk” to the youngsters.
Perhaps the most poignant part of their visit was when they planted forget-me-nots in honor of Harry’s late mother. The couple previously celebrated Mother’s Day with a photo of Archie above a field of the delicate flowers.
When the “White Garden” at Kensington Palace was dedicated in Princess Diana’s memory, white forget-me-nots were included— the duchess also included the white flower in her bridal bouquet.
For the outing, Meghan wore a chambray shirt, skinny jeans in a dark wash, Rothy pointed ballet flats and her Cartier Love Yellow gold bracelet.
The duchess is now believed to have worn an Anthropologie “Cate” Classic Chambray Shirt. The style is still available in a tie-dye variation and similar chambray version. ID Meghan’s Fashion
Royal bloggers also believe Meghan wore her DL1961 Emma Jeans for the preschool visit. ID What Meghan Wore
Meghan’s Rothy flats are constructed from recycled water bottles — the mom of one has donned the pointed toe sustainable flats on at least three occasions in public.
The California born former actress also wore her Cartier Love bangle which she has been wearing for years.
It’s believed the watering cans used by children at the school may have been provided by the Sussexes who are longtime elephant fans. The cans are believed to be Daiso Japan’s Elephant Watering cans. Sold out/similar HERE
The couple also donned face masks with Meghan seemingly wearing a disposable style while Harry opted for a black mask.