During their visit on Thursday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited some of the 10,000 refugees.
When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited refugees on a recent visit to an army post, they said “Tashakur” as they led young Afghan pupils in a rendition of a children’s song.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex talked to women and children at Task Force Liberty at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, in the Dari Persian language, which is spoken across Afghanistan
What all did the couple experience there?
While touring a school where pupils were studying “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” to help them with their English. Harry and Meghan led the youngsters in singing the song, which is believed to be a favourite of the students.
During their visit to the site on Thursday, the two had hoped to see the visitors.a
During one of their visits to a school, Harry and Meghan saw pupils using markers to learn conversational English. Including the English words for colours.
The thrilled children couldn’t wait to put their newfound abilities to the test by saying things like “Nice to meet you.” After each encounter with youngsters and adults. The two quizzed employees on common Dari terminology and said “Tashakur,” which means “thank you.”
Their stop was on their way back to California. And it occurred a day after their gala evening in New York on Wednesday honouring soldiers’ sacrifices.