Meghan Markle Reveals Heartbreaking Dedication Following Sad Death


Meghan Markle Reveals Heartbreaking Dedication Following Sad Death

Meghan Markle has shared
an emotional statement where she revealed she and the animal rescue charity
Mayhew would be opening a new wing in dedication to her late friend, Oli Juste.

Although the Duchess of Sussex
stopped being a patron of the charity at the start of 2022, they have still joined
forces for the moving moment. In the statement, Meghan recounted how her
friend, who was an animal behaviourist, had introduced her to the charity and
helped look after her dog, Guy, after he fell ill when she first came to the
United Kingdom.

“It was nearly four years
ago, as I was exploring possible organizations to volunteer with, that Oli
brought me to Mayhew,” she explained.

She went on to say how Oli had
chosen the charity for her, knowing that she would be “drawn to their deep
love of community”.

Meghan sadly revealed that Oli
“suddenly” passed away on 15 January 2022, and as a result, she and
Mayhew would be opening the Oli Juste wing at the charity, which will help
shelter animals that are struggling to find a new “forever home”.

“Because much like Oli,
they will never be forgotten, and they will always be loved,” she

The new wing will be for animals struggling to find their "forever home"

The new wing will be for animals struggling to find their “forever home”

The statement also revealed
that the Duchess was no longer involved with the charity as a patron, but
that it still enjoyed her “unwavering support”.

The charity also confirmed
this in a small message, that read: “Our Royal Patronage with The Duchess
of Sussex came to an end at the beginning of the year.

“It’s been an incredible
privilege for Mayhew to have worked closely with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex,
since 2019 when she became our Patron.”

The Duchess is no longer a patron of the animal rescue charity

The Duchess is no longer a patron of the animal rescue charity

Although Meghan and her
husband, Prince Harry, were unable to attend the Duke of Edinburgh’s service
of thanksgiving, Meghan did send a special gift to the event.

The Duchess sent an
eye-catching, colourful wreath that stood out amongst the stunning white
wreaths from the royal family, which were pictured lying against the pews
inside St George’s Chapel.

The wreath, which was
accompanied by a handwritten note from the Duchess, was made up of a variety of
bright purple and blue locally sourced flowers – each of which had been
thoughtfully selected.

Created by one of their
favourite florists, Willow Crossley, the royal couple specifically asked for
the wreath to include acanthus mollis (bear’s breeches), the national flower of
Greece to represent Prince Philip’s heritage, and eryngium (sea holly) to
represent the Royal Marines.


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