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The Beckham’s to give away Royal Wedding attire for Manchester fundraiser

It’s only been a few weeks since the world watched Prince Harry marry the love of his life Meghan Markle, now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Their wedding was a grand occasion that caused people to celebrate love and fairytale endings.  Although a lot smaller than the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s wedding in 2011, their nuptials saw many familiar faces.

Two recognised personalities were that of David and Victoria Beckham, who are quite the power couple.  The former spice girl has been friends with Harry for many years and socialises with Britain’s most elite.  Even being honoured with Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Her Majesty in 2017.

The couple is known for their incredible style and did not disappoint at the Royal Wedding.  David was in a custom-made Dior Homme suit, while Victoria opted for a dress from her upcoming 2019 collection. Victoria’s stunning midnight blue dress looked radiant on her.  Now their looks will be given away to help support victims of the Manchester bombing.  The Beckham’s partnered with fundraising platform Omaze to support a cause that is close to their hearts.

The newly married couple. Alexi Lubomirski/ PA handout

The We Love Manchester Fund was established shortly after the Manchester bombings in May 2017.  It aims to help relieve some of the financial needs of these amazing survivors, and also for the families who lost loved ones in the attack.  Ariana Grande showed support for fans who had been at the concert in Manchester, along with the twenty-two people who had died that day.

Just last week Ariana Grande revealed in an interview with British Vogue that she has suffered post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after the attack, demonstrating the impact of these events. It’s important to shed light on attacks like these and to help those in need.  In January 2018, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Manchester would receive thirteen million pounds from the government to help with costs incurred by the bombing.

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