Prince Harry (36) and his wife Meghan (39) do not need presents after the birth of their daughter Lili. The couple would rather see people donate to organizations that are committed to supporting women and girls.

“We would like to ask those who have questions about sending gifts to support these organizations that work for women or girls,” the couple wrote in the birth announcement. These are the organizations Girls Inc., Harvest Home, CAMFED and the Myna Mahila Foundation.

After the birth of their son Archie in 2019, Harry and Meghan had also asked for donations. At the time, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex called for donations to be made to charities committed to helping children and parents in need. Also on Archie’s second birthday, his parents asked for donations. Then they asked for donations for better access to corona vaccines around the world.

Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, as her full name is, was born Friday at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara, California. Harry and Meghan announced the arrival of their second child on Sunday.auto336x192, 364kbps512x288, 592kbps704x400, 967kbps912x512, 1986kbps1280x720, 3597kbps0.25×0.5xnormal1.5x2x00:0004:50RTL Boulevard – Marc over geboorte royal-baby: ‘Geeft mooie glans aan sombere tijd’