Meghan Markle and Harry will build disaster relief centers

Meghan Markle and Harry will build disaster relief centers

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced Sunday that their charity, the Archewell Foundation, is partnering with World Central Kitchen and its celebrity chef, Jose Andres. Together they are working to feed hungry and disaster-stricken people around the world.

The pair intend to build relief centers that can be quickly opened as camp kitchens during emergencies such as natural disasters, to serve as food distribution centers, schools and medical clinics.

The first of four centers is scheduled to open in 2021 on the Caribbean island of Dominica, which was hit by Hurricanes Maria and Irma in 2017. The second center will be built in Puerto Rico, which was also hit hard by the storms, Reuters reported.

In May, it was revealed that Meghan Markle was secretly working with a British animal shelter. The former Duchess of Sussex, even from across the ocean, continues to help British people in need. This time, insiders revealed that Meghan is helping the animal and human rescue charity Mayhew.

Earlier, the royal biographer reported that feuding brothers Harry and William exchanged pre-Christmas greetings as a sign of holiday reconciliation.