This week the dukes of sussex They have stopped their routine in Montecito to fulfill their commitments outside of California. The last of them took place on November 11, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle traveled to Joint Base MCGuire-Dix-Lakerhurst, located in the state of New Jersey, where they visited Task Force Liberty. It is a home in which there are hundreds of Afghan refugees to whom the military provides food, clothing, and recreational activities. Its operation began last August in line with the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. The grandson of Elizabeth II and his wife had the opportunity to learn about the operation of this initiative of the American government and also personally hear the testimony of all those who live and collaborate in the military installation.
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During the visit, Meghan and Harry spoke with women who have been at this joint base for a short time and were interested in the smaller refugees, who follow a regular routine that includes attending class each day. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex toured the premises and One of the most endearing moments was when they stopped in a room where there were children of all ages receiving English lessons to be able to function in the United States, where they now reside. In that instant the minors were sitting at their wooden desks very attentive to the blackboard and learning the colors, which they practiced with the exactrix of Suits. The game they devised consisted of the Duchess holding up a highlighter pen and the children having to say out loud what color it was.
The time they were in the classroom, the fun was constant and they did not stop interacting and getting involved. The teachers told the Dukes that they have been teaching the children the popular nursery rhyme Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes to be able to learn in a pleasant, dynamic and fun way new words in English that include parts of the body such as head, shoulders or knees. Upon learning that they had learned this theme and that it had become one of their favorites, Meghan and Harry encouraged the little ones to sing it with them. Furthermore, they explained that they have something in common with her little Archie Harrison, two years old: he loves this composition too!
The little ones were delighted with the visit of the youngest son of Charles of England and his wife. They were greeted with great enthusiasm and even encouraged to practice with them some of the phrases they already know in English such as “nice to meet you.” In addition, Meghan and Harry were also interested in the native language of the refugees, Darí (the version of Persian spoken in Afghanistan), they asked the teachers about the similarities between the two languages and surprised by showing that they know a term like Tashakur, which means thank you. They did not stop repeating this word throughout the enriching tour of the military base. They were especially grateful to the teachers for their tireless efforts and reminded them that it is also important that they take care of themselves.
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The New Jersey military base is the only one that has three Defense Department services and is home to more than 46,000 troops and their families. During their visit, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also had a meeting with members of the six branches of the army and their spouses, with whom they were eating and having a talk about mental health. The previous day they attended the gala Salute to Freedom, which took place at the Intrepid Museum in New York, to honor the military on the eve of Remembrance Day in the United Kingdom. To the appointment, in which they stepped on the red carpet like two Hollywood stars, they came with poppies in their looks, a flower with which fallen soldiers are remembered in times of war.
Harry and Meghan return to the red carpet
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Games with the little ones and English classes: the meeting of the Dukes of Sussex with Afghan refugees