On Thursday, as his wife Meghan Markle celebrated her 41st birthday, Prince Harry received some happy news.
Prince Harry, who serves as president of the nonprofit organization African Parks, would have been overjoyed to learn that on July 31, the NGO successfully completed a significant conservation project.
“Prince Harry’s Patronage @AfricanParks along with @DNPWMalawi & ifawglobal have successfully translocated 263 elephants and 431 additional wildlife from Liwonde National Park to Kasungu National Park in Malawi,” African Parks wrote in a tweet announcing the news.
The mission was started in an effort to uphold sound practices in Malawi’s national parks, establish robust elephant populations, and guarantee the prosperity of nearby local communities.
Since 2016, the Duke of Sussex has maintained a close relationship with the organization and has been working hard to leave a noticeable and long-lasting impression.
He primarily assists CEO Peter Fearnhead and the AP board in advancing the NGO’s mission by bringing attention to the most urgent conservation issues.
Harry said in a statement to Town & Country Magazine: “Because they accomplish things, African Parks completely won my heart. They make difficult choices and uphold moral standards.”
The announcement comes on the same day that Meghan, who turned 41 on Thursday, has a birthday. Meghan is rumored to be spending her special day in private, where she will undoubtedly be attended by her husband Prince Harry and their two adorably adorable children, Archie, 3, and Lilibet, who turned one in June.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wrote a touching message and included a stunning portrait of the Duchess to celebrate her special day.
During the Platinum Jubilee weekend in June, Meghan was pictured attending the Queen’s service of thanksgiving. She looked stunning in a white hat and belted coat.
“Wishing the Duchess of Sussex a happy birthday!” was the caption on their post.