Meghan Markle aims to “feed communities through reading” with free donations of her book The Bench.

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Meghan Markl on Wednesday announced that 2,000 copies of his new children’s book would be distributed “free” to needy communities.

The 39-year-old Principality of Sussex released the movie “Bench” on Tuesday. Currently, the price of the book is listed on Amazon as $ 13.16 for the print version, $ 6.95 for the audiobook (it tells the story) and $ 11.99 for the Kindle version. Markle said the book was previously inspired by a poem he wrote for Prince Harry on his first Father’s Day in 2019.

Markle and Harry’s Archewell charity on Wednesday was announced the former American actress received help from a publisher to donate 2,000 free copies to “libraries, community centers, schools and nonprofit programs across the country.” Apparently, even though the book is available worldwide, donations are made only in America and not in the UK where Harry was born.

Archevel said the charitable funds will help contribute to his overall goal of “eating through learning and connecting”. The article praised the Duchess’s “Save By Events” initiative, which began in 2020, noting that free copies will be distributed at a unique time to children in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused “unprecedented challenges for children” over the past year.

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Meghan Markle took off her bench on Tuesday, just days after her daughter, Lilibet Diana, was born.
(AP)

The publication also praises Markle for his belief in “feeding our communities by supporting food, education, emotional and mental health”.

“Among the recipients of free copies are important organizations such as the Los Angeles Assistance League®, He has served the local community for more than 100 years and visited the duke and duchess twice last year to spend time with the children at the organization’s Preschool Education Center. ”

Archeuell collaborated with the nonprofit First Book for this initiative.

The Duchess of Sussex has dedicated her book to her husband, Prince Harry, and their 2-year-old son, Arch.

The Duchess of Sussex has dedicated her book to her husband, Prince Harry, and their 2-year-old son, Arch.
(CBS)

The news of Markl’s 2,000 donations came amid a flurry of questions about the potential war between publishers. At least one expert estimated that Markl may have contained more than $ 500,000 in cash Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, the Duchess seems to have gifted copies of Benchka to her star-studded surroundings already. Photographer Gray Malin promoted the book on his Instagram on Friday, and Markle’s close friend Heather Dorak also posted a copy of it on the Internet, as well as Harry’s wife, “From One Mother to Another – For the Love of Our Boys.” he wrote.

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Markle, who gave birth to her daughter Lilibet on June 4, previously wrote that the “bench” “explores” the special relationship between father and son “as seen through the eyes of the mother” and dedicated the book to Harry and Arch. worked. in a note in his famous calligraphy: “For the man and the child who pump my heart.”

In fact, in the book, Harry and Archie, known for their red hair, sit on a bench feeding their family rescue chicks, whose pair live in a $ 14.5 million mansion in Montecito, Calif.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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