Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's passionate conservation efforts have inspired an impressive campaign set up by Sussex supporters, which hopes to plant 10,000 trees around the world in honour of the royals' dedication to projects surrounding the wider protection of the environment.
In celebration of World Children’s Day today, and ahead of U.K. National Tree Week, join online supporters of the former #MeghanMarkle, #DuchessOfSussex, and #PrinceHarry, Duke of Sussex, in the #SussexGreatForest campaign to plant 10,000 trees worldwide. pic.twitter.com/QxChznSEPN— Sussex Great Forest (@SussexGtForest) November 20, 2019
The Sussex Great Forest Tree Planting Campaign was launched by fans of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex just last week, and donations have been pouring in ever since. In a series of posts to the @SussexRoyal Instagram Stories, Meghan and Harry thanked fans for the heart-warming initiative.
"Huge thanks to the amazing group of people who have launched the grassroots Sussex Great Forest initiative. What a special surprise!" they wrote.
The couple continued, "The aim of this project is to plant 10,000 trees around the world by donating globally and planting locally. We are so inspired! Thank you!"
Per reports by The Daily Mail, over 4,000 trees have already been planted across the globe, just four days following the official launch of the campaign.