Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delighted fans who made a surprise appearance during the Zumsi session.
Duke and Duchess of Sussex strikingly surprised their fans by popping up on the screen during a video conference call.
Meghan (age 39) and Prince Harry (age 36) attended a digital event hosted by the city group Get Lit to celebrate Black History Month in February in the United States.
In the screenshot, you could see the royal couple grinning wide as they surprised the group. Harry looks happy wearing a white polo top, and Megan is wearing a sky blue shirt and her fabulous brunette locks are cascading down.
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Sharing screen shots of Meghan and her husband Harry, who will not be joining Harry when the poetry group returns to England later this year, explained how the two showed keen interest in the poetry.
The poem group has shared images from the moment Meghan and Harry debuted on Instagram’s Zoom call.
They wrote: “We did our best last time! Guess who surprised our poetry class this weekend!
“It was the best weekend so far! Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were magical, friendly and interested in poetry!
“The Duchess even shared her favorite poems. Thank you very much for visiting in celebration of Black History Month.
“Get Lit down to the epic experience in history!!!”
Meanwhile, some of the fans who were surprised by the couple expressed their gratitude for the appearance.
One of the gazebos shared a video call image on an Instagram page and wrote: “Thanks to the poem, I witnessed something pretty neat. I got to know what my life was like when I gave it to art, and it gives me so many opportunities to grow both internally and externally.”
She added: “On Saturday I saw the way Meghan and Prince Harry (sorry for not knowing how to fit these lovely people) talk to my students. Native.
“The way they engage in writing and voice. The way they validated art, how they express themselves, the impact is enormous. “
The teacher ended the caption: “Thanks to Duke & Duchess of Sussex and the staff for all the time and energy for these kids.
“It’s filling the cups for all of us and we know it’s something we’ll always remember.”
According to Get Lit’s website, the group uses poetry to “raise literacy, empower youth, and inspire the community”.
Get Lit now teaches poetry curriculum in more than 100 schools across California after starting it in just one place.