In the event you’re an admirer of macaroni and Meghan Markle’s vogue sense, boy are you in luck.
Gavin Hazelwood, the 6-year-old boy who gifted Meghan with a hand-crafted macaroni necklace throughout her and Prince Harry’s royal Australian tour, is now promoting his pasta-based creations on-line and donating the proceeds to charity, Marie Claire is reporting.
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Gavin Hazelwood, with assist from his household, has launched a web site referred to as “I Made You a Necklace,” the place clients can go order their very own necklaces (for $20 every) and study extra about his charitable efforts.
“I need to be just like the Prince and Princess and assist charities,” reads a message from Hazelwood posted to the positioning. “I made extra necklaces the identical as Meghan’s. If I promote them, I’ll ship all of the earnings to analysis for stillborn infants. My sister, Clara, was stillborn in 2014 and I don’t need it to occur anymore.”
events also can donate on to Hazelwood’s fundraising efforts by the positioning.
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Hazelwood first made information on Oct. 18, after exhibiting up in Melbourne outdoors the Authorities Home the place Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had been arriving for a proper reception.
Holding an indication studying “I made you a necklace” – and carrying a tiny Qantas pilot’s uniform – Hazelwood caught Meghan’s eye, and she or he graciously positioned the necklace over her head. (She later eliminated it earlier than getting into Authorities Home.)
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As of Saturday, Hazelwood’s mom had confirmed to Marie Claire that he had obtained greater than 250 orders from around the globe for his handmade necklaces, that are every dipped in gold paint and strung from ribbon.
Extra reporting from Janine Puhak.