Reflecting & Moving Forward

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have received undeserving publicity and harassment from some in the media. These two genuine Royals are working hard to make this world a better place. They are sincere about their charities and really want to do good for those less fortunate.

An official announcement was made on their website,, that they have chosen to transition to a working model, which means that they will be working Royals and won’t be receiving funds from the Sovereign Grant.

The Duke and Duchess are just as entitled to the Sovereign Grant as other royal members who diligently execute their duties. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have performed their duties with the utmost integrity, and for that, they should not be begrudged of their entitlement.

However, they have chosen to pursue financial independence away from the Sovereign Grant. They are, however, still a part of the Royal Family and will continue to support and pay homage to Her Majesty The Queen.


Time for Giving

Spread the Joy

Christmas is a time for giving. It’s a time to open one’s door to the needy. It’s a time to donate meals to the homeless shelter. Giving back to those less fortunate is the true spirit of Christmas.

According to the National Center on Family Homelessness, 2.5 million children are homeless in America. Women Aid International presents a horrific figure of 100 million worldwide. As a result, homeless children fall prey to abuse, exploitation, and trafficking, as well as, depression and mental illness.

As global citizens we need to ask ourselves: Why are so many children homeless? What needs to be done to alleviate children from being homeless? To shed light on the former, they’re homeless because of poverty, displacement, and lack of affordable housing. Substance abuse, unemployment, and single parenting also factor in.

To help in the fight against homelessness and human trafficking, please donate.