Harry and Meghan at ‘Global Citizen Live’ concert in Central Park after visiting UN Deputy Secretary-General

 

 

On Saturday morning, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the Carlyle Hotel just before 11 a.m. They visited the United Nations building and met with Amina Mohammed, the UN Deputy Secretary-General in Manhattan, New York City. Following this meeting, the couple is expected to make an appearance at Global Citizen Live.

 

They were in the UN building for an hour and a half and Meghan said that the meeting was a “lovely” one. They boarded an SUV, which was followed by a cavalcade of vehicles.

The dapper couple wore smart outfits, wore matching black masks and carried black portfolio briefcases.

 

Meghan wore a head-to-toe outfit. She draped cashmere Max Mara coat ($4,214) over a camel colored ensemble which consisted of wide-legged pants and a matching shirt. She donned a pair of stiletto court shoes. She swept her hair back into a bun. Harry wore a smart suit with a dark tie.

 

The next appointment on their agenda today is the Global Citizen Live concert that is scheduled to be held from 4p.m. to 10p.m. ET. They will appear at the Great Lawn in Central Park, NYC. Other dignitaries from the United Nations, the WHO, the Rotary Clubs and more will also make appearances.

 

What is Global Citizen Live?

 

It is a series of concerts that aim to increase awareness and money for several issues including

 

  • vaccine inequity
  • poverty
  • Climate change.

 

Who will perform at the concert?

 

More than 70 artists worldwide including

 

  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Coldplay
  • Billie Eilish
  • Camila Cabelo
  • Lizzo

 

Where will it be held?

 

It will be held on Saturday, at Central Park, Manhattan, New York City.

 

Where can you watch it?

 

You can watch it on Global Citizens YouTube page.

 

Will it be held in other locations?

 

Yes. There are seven concerts scheduled around the world. The six other locations are

 

  • Lagos
  • London
  • Los Angeles
  • New York City
  • Paris
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Seoul

 

The concerts are to be held as a 24-hour event beginning at 1 p.m. ET.

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