Fundraiser set up to pay off Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s mortgage closes after raising just $110
A fundraiser set up to pay off Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s $14.6 million estates in California, United States was stopped after raising just $110. The crowdfunding web page was created by 56-year-old Anastasia Hanson who stated she genuinely needed to assist the royal couple and felt sorry for them. Hanson who lives about 25 minutes away from the property in Montecito, California stated she set up the GoFundMe web page two days after the explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. In accordance to the stories, Hanson needed the strangers to assist donate money and insisted that she didn’t begin the fundraiser as a joke.
Through the interview, Prince Harry talked about that his household had reduce him off financially and he had been residing on the inheritance left to him by his late mom, Princess Diana.
Hanson’s GoFundMe web page has now been eliminated as she needed Harry and Meghan’s followers to donate $5 every as they might attain their objective of $10 million. The GoFundMe web page learn, “I’m Anastasia Hanson of Ventura, California and I’m raising funds to pay off the mortgage for the Montecito, California house of Harry and Meghan.”
Nicely, within the archived internet copy of the fundraiser it’s confirmed that $110 has been raised by three folks out of which $5 was donated by Ms. Hanson herself. Earlier Harry and Meghan have signed multi-million greenback offers with Spotify and Netflix.
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