Meghan and Harry enjoy date at Harlem restaurant and make $25K donation to its COVID relief fund
Added 09-24-21 09:36:02pm EST - “The Sussexes headed to local Harlem soul food restaurant Melba's for a bite to eat on Friday afternoon. Prince Harry tried chicken & waffles for the first time declaring? the dish to be 'delicious'.” - Dailymail.co.uk
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle visited Harlem on Friday afternoon where they took time to visit a school in the area and dine at a neighborhood eatery that saw the prince try chicken & waffles for the very first time.
The pair sat down for bite to enjoy lunch at famed southern-food restaurant Melba's run by Harlem-local, Melba Wilson.
The fund, which was set up by the restaurant is aiming to raise $250,000 in order to provide financial relief to the dozens of hourly workers impacted at Melba's during the pandemic.
'It was such an honor to officially welcome Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to Melba's! I am so thankful for their commitment to donate $25k and hope to welcome them back soon. Thank you for dining with us! #sweetpotatopiehugs,' the restaurant tweeted.
Meghan and Harry visited Harlem restaurant Melba's where the couple spoke with owner Melba Wilson who told them of the restaurant's struggle during the coronavirus pandemic
Meghan, joined by Prince Harry, will be reading from her book #TheBench as well as checking out a special mural made by fourth and fifth grade students. The visit to the PS 123 school is to highlight community initiatives and promote early literacy.pic.twitter.com/u7GLfneP6w— Omid Scobie (@scobie) September 24, 2021
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