A throwback dance video of the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has resurfaced online, gaining popularity on social media just days after the coronation of King Charles. The former Suits actress, who remained in California to celebrate her son Archie’s fourth birthday, was filmed nearly six months before she met Prince Harry in 2016. The video has won the hearts of royal fans and showcases Markle’s empathy as she helped bring safe drinking water to thousands of people in Rwanda.
As an ambassador for World Vision Canada in January 2016, Markle traveled to the African country. The footage shows her dancing with locals and laughing along with children as she learned some “really solid Rwandan dance moves.” The video highlights her dedication to charitable work and bringing awareness to important issues such as access to clean drinking water.
The throwback video is a reminder of Markle’s life before becoming a member of the royal family. Although she did not attend the coronation ceremony of King Charles, she has remained committed to her philanthropic work and using her platform to raise awareness on issues close to her heart.
The video has gone viral on social media, with many fans praising Markle’s dancing skills and charitable work. It also serves as a reminder of the important work that the royal family has done and continues to do in supporting charitable causes around the world.