Duke and Duchess of Sussex honoured for their activism days ahead of revelatory Netflix show. .

Harry and Meghan will receive the Ripple of Hope award for what Kerry Kennedy said was their “courage” to stand up to “structural racism”.MAILONLINE BLOG RECAP: This was MailOnline’s live coverage of Royal Family news, as Harry and Meghan arrived at the Ripple of Hope Gala in New York to collect ‘anti-racism award’.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s prestigious award is designed “to sell tickets” and raise money for Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, an author said.King Charles III, Camilla, the queen consort, Prince William and Kate Middleton all dressed in their royal best Tuesday night as they hosted a formal white tie dinner at Buckingham Palace.  The annual Diplomatic Reception.

Prince William and Kate Middleton Will Not Meet Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the U.S.

The two couples will attend awards ceremonies just days apart in Boston and New York but their paths will not cross.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey may have widened their gap with the British royal family, but the claims that the couple made in that interview has now reportedly fetched him a prestigious human rights award. 
Harry and Meghan will receive the Robert F Kennedy Human Rights award for their fight against racial injustice within the royal institution, a report on El Confidencial claims. The royal couple will receive the Ripple of Hope award on December 6.Speaking to DailyMail.com exclusively on Monday, he said it was however ‘still an encouraging step up’ from Anthony Fauci, who won the award two years ago on behalf of his handling of COVID-19.Meghan Markle and husband Prince Harry are in line to be awarded a prestigious honour by a human rights org.

Harry and Meghan faced a flurry of questions as they arrived at an awards ceremony in New York – hours before their new documentary is due to be released on Netflix.They join Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky who was also honoured this year. The Prince and Princess of Wales will not be distracted by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they visit the US next week, according to source cited by the Telegraph.The royals cap off their three-day Boston trip with the Earthshot Prize ceremony tonight.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are set to visit the US, and insiders see the trip as a chance to ‘win back US hearts, according to royal editor Roya Nikkhah writing in The Times.The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were featured in a compilation video showing stars paying tribute to Sir Elton ahead of the gig, which aired live on Disney+ last night.Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made claims about racism within the royal family during an interview with Oprah Winfrey.The Duchess of Sussex is set to appear at a $5,000 (£4,430) table event for the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana on November 29.


. In December, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will receive a prestigious award in “recognition of their work on racial justice, mental health and other social impact initiatives” in New York. Kate Middleton is planning to extend an olive branch to Meghan, according to reports. .

. . Prince William has signalled that he won’t keep quiet on issues that matter to him, despite his father being criticised for being too political.

. . Elizabeth II’s health is a big talking point right now, not just because she is elderly but also because Buckingham Palace is releasing so little information about it. .