Prince Harry volunteers for non-profit foundation providing Covid support for veterans
Prince Harry dressed casually for the event (Image: @walkerfamilyeventsfoundation/Instagram)
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Prince Harry was spotted volunteering for a non-profit organisation which provides coronavirus support for veterans and their families.
The Duke of Sussex was seen at an event put on by the Walker Family Events Foundation (WFEF) in Compton, California, five days ago.
The organisation, which also works to provide support for at-risk communities, confirmed he'd joined their event packing and distributing food to members of the community.
They described the Duke as "humble and kind".
Photos showed a casually dressed Prince Harry in a pair of blue jeans, a khaki coloured t-shirt, trainers and a cap.
He was also wearing a mask in line with coronavirus advice.
The photos were shared by the non-profit foundation on Instagram
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The foundation posted two images of the prince on their Instagram account with the caption: "Today I had the honor of meeting and working alongside Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex.
"He joined us in volunteering at Compton VFW for the Operation Nourish program packing and distributing food to our #Compton neighbors.
"He is very humble and kind."
Another post said: "To everyone who came by the Compton VFW today and donated coats…THANK YOU!
"To make a monetary donation to our "MISSION: SAVE OUR VETERANS" Covid-19 response please click the link in our bio or visit our website and purchase an item."
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It comes after earlier this month, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited the Los Angeles National Cemetery to lay flowers and mark Remembrance Sunday.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex laid flowers from their own garden on the graves of two Commonwealth soldiers and were seen paying their respects to all those who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom.
Harry, who served as Captain Wales in the British Army for a decade, also laid a wreath at an obelisk in the cemetery inscribed with the words: "In Memory of the Men Who Offered Their Lives in Defense of Their Country".
On it, he had written: "To all those who have served, and are serving. Thank you."
The Duke and Duchess shared some poignant photos of the two of them at the cemetery.