Prince Harry And Meghan Crash Zoom Call Of Mental Health Charity To Lift Their Lockdown Spirits

Prince Harry And Meghan Crash Zoom Call Of Mental Health Charity To Lift Their Lockdown Spirits

 

 

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surprised a group of mental health charity workers by tuning into their staff Zoom call video meeting.

Ricky Neal, who works for Crisis Text Line in Atlanta, took to social media on Thursday, May 14, to share a photo of a staff Zoom call where the duke and duchess were royal guests.

“It’s not everyday that Meghan and Harry jump into your staff meeting & champion the work you do! Blessed to still be working during these crazy times!” tweeted.

Prince Harry and Meghan crash Zoom call of mental health charity to lift their lockdown spirits

Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, were seen dressed in casual clothing as they spoke to the team members from what appears to be Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills home.

Many royal fans thanked Neal for sharing the surprise video call in the comments, but some eagle-eyed users were quick to comment on the artwork in the background.

Prince Harry and Meghan crash Zoom call of mental health charity to lift their lockdown spirits

“Look at the picture art in the background. Yes, they are at Tyler Perry’s house. Thanks for sharing!” one person said.

It is unknown what the video call was about however, Harry and Meghan, who are known advocates for mental health issues, have worked with the charity in the past.

The couple helped launch the Crisis Text Line’s UK affiliate, Shout, last May in a joint project with Prince William and Kate Middleton.