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I met so many children whose lives had been shattered following the death of their parents — they were so vulnerable and in need of care and attention. Harry and Ms Markle will join their guests at the reception when they return from the carriage procession. The wedding will be shown on TV, it's been confirmed.
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So when is the Royal Wedding? Here's all you need to know about the big event. When is the Royal Wedding day and date? Clarence House said in a statement at the time: Read More What's the timetable of the Royal Wedding? PA The Royal Wedding service will begin at midday — so a clash with the football is unlikely because FA Cup finals usually don't kick off until 5. The Dean of Windsor will conduct the service and The Archbishop of Canterbury will officiate as the couple make their vows. Floral designer Philippa Craddock will provide the wedding flowers including white garden roses, foxgloves and peonies.
The wedding will be shown on TV, it's been confirmed. After the service, there will be a lunchtime reception at St George's Hall for the couple and guests from the congregation. Harry and Ms Markle will join their guests at the reception when they return from the carriage procession. Later that evening, the Prince of Wales will give a private evening reception for the couple and their close friends and family.
This will be at Frogmore House. He will conduct the chapel choir - and the 23 St George's School pupils who'll be performing for the royals. Ms Markle's hands-on approach to the wedding was revealed by the cellist, who said the actress rang in person and asked him to play at her wedding. Sheku Kanneh-Mason, a rising star of the classical music world, said he was "bowled over" when Prince Harry's fiancee requested his services - and he agreed immediately. Meghan and Harry will also have an orchestra - led by conductor Christopher Warren-Green.
I met so many children whose lives had been shattered following the death of their parents — they were so vulnerable and in need of care and attention. Again and again as we travelled round Lesotho we saw the same thing: Prince Seeiso and I decided that we could make a long-term difference by starting a charity that could direct funds to the grassroots organisations, which were taking so much of the strain but finding it hard to get help.
This charity is a way in which Prince Seeiso and I can remember our mothers, who both worked with vulnerable children and people affected by AIDS. In we opened our office in Lesotho so that we can work directly with grassroots organisations to transform the lives of children and young people.
Most children in Lesotho live in small villages or rural areas. My father did not want us to believe that we were any different from those children. Almost every school holiday he sent us out of town to Matsieng, our ancestral home.
Sometimes I would live and work alongside the Basotho young men whose job it was to look after herds for weeks on end. Nevertheless it was not an entirely typical experience. The conditions at our cattle-posts are far better than many, and my father was very sensitive not to employ under-aged persons. It is the harsh socio-economic reality of life in Lesotho that forces families to send their sons away to work like this. They are sent to the remotest hill country where they endure extremely bleak conditions, living in primitive huts on their own.
The herd boy tradition denies them any opportunity to enjoy their youth and curtails their prospects of overcoming the cycle of poverty they are trapped in.