Prince Harry and Meghan's Wedding Flowers Were Shared in a Unique Way

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    Are you having Last Wedding Syndrome with the Royal Wedding? Prince Harry and his now wife Meghan Markle certainly knew how to draw in a guest list for their special day. But apart from Meghan’s beautiful Givenchy wedding gown and the super-cute flower girls and page boys, there was one more aspect that should please followers of the new royal couple.

    The new Duke and Duchess of Sussex are both practitioners in environmental sustainability, and so they’ve decided to offer as gifts the wedding flowers used to decorate St. George’s Chapel. Each bouquet of white roses, posies and foxgloves was given to a lady living in hospices and refugee homes throughout London.

     

    News of this simple gesture broke out after St. Joseph’s Hospice shared a photo on Sunday, May 21, explaining that they have received a “very special delivery” of flowers from the Wedding. With this announcement was the above photo of a very happy lady clutching the floral gift. 

     

    “A big thank you to Harry and Meghan and florist Philippa Craddock,” reps at St. Joseph’s added. “Our hospice smells and looks gorgeous. Such a lovely gesture.” 

     

    Can this couple get any cuter than this? It may be too early, but we’re getting a lot of Princess Diana vibes here.

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