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- Last week, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle volunteered with Baby2Baby, an LA-based nonprofit organization that provides needy children with diapers, clothing, and basic essentials.
- Markle was photographed wearing a blue seersucker face mask at the donation drive.
- The mask is from Black-owned, New York City-based brand Royal Jelly Harlem and retails for $15 at the time of writing.
- Royal Jelly Harlem, an African-inspired clothing and home decor company, confirmed via Instagram that the Duchess of Sussex wore one of its designs.
Last week,and Prince Harry helped out at school supplies donation drive in Los Angeles.
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In true fashion of the royal style icon, fans can't get enough of what the duchess wore — and in this case, her fashionable face mask.
Harry and Markle,, distributed school supplies and toiletries with , an LA-based nonprofit organization that provides essential items, such as diapers and clothing, to families in need for babies and kids.
On Friday, Baby2Babyon its Instagram page of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the drive-thru volunteer event.
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"Thank you to The Duke and Duchess of Sussex for joining our team to help us distribute school supplies, clothing, hygiene items, food, and more to children who need these basic essentials more than ever during this unprecedented back to school season," Baby2Baby captioned the photo.
While volunteering, Markle wore a blue seersucker face mask from New York City-based, Black-owned brand Royal Jelly Harlem. The face mask retails for $15 and comes in four sizes. At the time of writing, it wason the brand's website.
Royal Jelly Harlem is an African-inspired clothing and home decor company founded in 2011 by mother-daughter duo Teta and Maya Gorgoni.
"We help contribute to the growth and prosperity of Africa's beautiful cultures by purchasing many of our materials from African vendors," the brand
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In an, Royal Jelly Harlem confirmed that Markle's mask was, in fact, from the brand.
"I am thrilled the duchess found and supported you!" one user wrote in reaction to Markle wearing the striped mask.
"I was already following you, but Duchess Meghan brought me here today," another user wrote on Royal Jelly Harlem's Instagram account.
Representatives for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Royal Jelly Harlem, respectively, did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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