Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make surprise appearance at Zoom poetry session
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delighted fans as they made a surprise appearance at a Zoom poetry session.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex left fans visibly amazed as they popped up on their screens during the video conference call.
Meghan, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, were the guests of honour at the digital event organised by poetry group Get Lit in honour of Black History Month, which takes place in February in the US.
In the screenshot the royal couple could be seen grinning widely as they surprised the group. Harry looks happy in a white polo top while Meghan is wearing a light blue shirt and has her stunning brunette locks cascading down.
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As the poetry group shared a screenshot of Meghan, who won’t be joining Harry on his return to England later this year, and her husband Harry, they explained how the pair had shown a keen interest in poetry.
The poetry group shared an image from the moment Meghan and Harry made their debut on the Zoom call on their Instagram.
They wrote: “We’ve saved the best for last! Guess who surprised our poetry class this weekend?!
“It was the best weekend EVER! Prince Harry and Meghan, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, were magic and kind and interested in poetry!
“The Duchess even shared some of her favorite poetry lines. We are so grateful for their visit in honor of Black History Month.
“It goes down as most epic experience in Get Lit history!!!”
Meanwhile some of the fans the couple surprised also shared their appreciation at the appearance.
One of the poetry teachers shared the image of the video call on her Instagram page and wrote: “Thanks to poetry, I get to witness some pretty neat things. I get to see what my life looks like when I give it to my art & it offers me so much opportunity for growth, inside & out.”
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She added: “On Saturday, I saw this in the way Meghan & Prince Harry (I’m sorry I’m not sure the proper way to address these lovely people) talked to my students—how they had learned their names, where they were from.
“How they engaged with their writing & their voices. How they validated their art, how they express themselves The impact is enormous.”
The teacher ended the caption with: “Gratitude to The Duke & Duchess of Sussex & your staff for all the kindness & generosity of your time & energy to these kids.
“It was cup-filling for all of us & I know it’s something we will always remember”.
According to Get Lit’s website, the group uses poetry to “increase literacy, empower youth and inspire communities”.
Get Lit now teaches its poetry curriculum in more than 100 schools across California, after starting at just one.
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