Meghan Markle Made Cancer Patients Really Happy By Donating Her Baby Shower's Flower Bouquets
February 25, 2019
February 25, 2019
Meghan Markle indulged in a 5-day solo trip to America as she caught up with her celebrity pals. There, they all had tons of fun including shopping, hangouts, and dinners. Serena William along with Genevieve Hillis threw a lavish baby shower in their royal buddy's honor. Even the onlookers had a treat, just by watching our favorite Duchess living her best life.
The intimate ceremony is described as serene and relaxed by the attendees. It was reportedly coordinated by Jennifer Zabinski of JZ Events, who had planned the tennis player's own wedding to Alexis Ohanian in 2017. The theme of the event demanded tons of flower bouquets and the whole lesson was led by Lewis Miller from Repeat Roses.
The organization later supplied all of Meghan baby shower's floral arrangements to American Cancer Asociation. The enchanting embellishments were placed in cancer patients' rooms. Their faces were lit with bliss. How touchy!
Giving back. @RepeatRoses have shared photos of the colourful arrangements created at Meghan’s baby shower for @rmhnewyork. As a home away from home for children and families fighting cancer (up to eight months), the flowers have now been placed in each of the patient rooms💐 pic.twitter.com/z9IREZ3XOj— Omid Scobie (@scobie) February 21, 2019
The Twitterverse appreciated her act of deliberate kindness and complimented her. She won hearts!
Aww, this is so very moving, so much joy and happiness from this act of kindness by Duchess Meghan.💞💜💞💜— United we stand with our “Melanated Monas”🌺🍌🥑🌺 (@DeelightRI) February 21, 2019
This truly touches my heart. What a great thing to do. Meghan is always thinking of others and how to brighten their day. Love her caring heart. ❤️❤️— Chris Henry (@chenrydh) February 21, 2019
It is very important to choose the services that ultimately serve humanity. And the Sussex stunner is making sure she makes a difference in this world.
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