LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have visited an exhibition in London charting the life of Nelson Mandela.
Peter Hain, a former anti-apartheid campaigner and chair of the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition, stated it changed into “very fitting” for the royal couple to visit because Harry does charitable work in southern Africa, and Meghan has said that Mandela is one in all her heroes.
Harry has visited sites related to Mandela, inclusive of his Robben Island prison cell, and a former Mandela aide has said that Queen Elizabeth II enjoyed a stable friendship with the South African chief.
Meghan selected a sleeveless beige trench coat-inspired get dressed with the aid of Canadian emblem Nonie for the event.
The exhibition, curated through the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg, is establishing Tuesday at London’s Southbank center.
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