Harry & Meghan volunteer at Homeboy Industries
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been volunteering in Los Angeles, most recently spending time at Homeboy Industries. The organization helps gang-involved or formerly incarcerated people to learn new skills and get back on their feet. Harry & Meghan helped prepare food as part of the groups Feed Hope campaign, helping seniors and youth who have become food-insecure during the pandemic.
The Couple baked bread and prepared hot meals along with other volunteers and staff. Per U.S. guidelines, they wore masks, gloves and hairnets while helping out. Meghan is said to have known about Homeboy Industries since her time at Immaculate Heart High School, when she met the CEO of the group. The organization is now the biggest gang-intervention, rehabilitation and re-entry program in Los Angeles.
Harry & Meghan relocated to Los Angeles shortly before lockdown began in the United States and are allegedly staying at Tyler Perry's home in Beverly Hills. It is rumored that Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, has been staying with them at least part time.
While they have been staying out of the limelight much of the time, they have continued to check in with their charities and organizations remotely during the pandemic. They have also been spotted by paparazzi taking their dogs for a walk and delivering meals to Los Angeles residents.
Harry & Meghan announced via a spokesperson that they would be pushing their Archewell Charity launch back to 2021 but they have continued to work on it in the meantime. Most recently, they are rumored to have signed with the Walker Agency, a speaking agency that also represents the Obamas and the Clintons.