Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, esteemed figures, are commemorating World Mental Health Day with a poignant panel discussion in New York City. The panel focuses on their own transformative journey as parents to their cherished children, Prince Archie (4) and Princess Lilibet (2).
On Tuesday, October 10, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a notable appearance in N.Y.C., facilitating the Archewell Foundation’s inaugural in-person event. This exceptional gathering provided a crucial platform for parents navigating the intricate realm of mental health challenges amidst today’s ubiquitous digital landscape. The summit brought together parents who have encountered heartbreaking loss stemming from their child’s utilization of social media. Notably, Meghan and Harry have diligently collaborated with these parents, offering support and guidance throughout the planning process of this significant event.
Harry, speaking on behalf of himself and Meghan, expressed heartfelt gratitude towards all the parents, both physically present at the summit and those who have been part of their collective journey over the past year. He acknowledged their ongoing dedication in fostering a community rooted in shared experiences.
“We deeply appreciate the presence of each and every parent here today, both physically and spiritually. We acknowledge the challenges you have faced to be here, and we extend our sincerest gratitude,” Harry humbly conveyed, as he and Meghan took center stage for the panel discussion.