Residents of London hospice were surprised Sunday morning with flowers from the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
An employee at St. Joseph's Hospice told "Today" that the newlyweds donated 50 bouquets of their wedding flowers to patients who were "absolutely thrilled, surprised and delighted."
The bouquets were made up of flowers sourced from their private garden at Kensington Palace and included forget-me-nots and sprigs of myrtle. St. Joseph's thanked Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for the "lovely gesture" in a Facebook post, adding that the hospice "smells and looks gorgeous."
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Kensington Palace confirmed that the flowers were donated to a number of charities and hospices.