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Prince Harry and Michelle Obama surprised students at a Chicago school on Halloween
by Nathan'ette Burdine: November 1, 2017

On Halloween, youngsters at a Chicago school got a cool surprise. Prince Harry showed up with former First Lady Michelle Obama at Hyde Park Academy.

Check out the tweets below.

Prince Harry is in Chicago for the Obama Summit, which runs from October 31 to November 1.

The Obama Summit brings together community leaders, businessmen, artists, educators, scientists, and musicians from around the world to discuss ways to strengthen communities through education, volunteering, politics, and economics.

The Obama Summit CEO David Simas is quoted as saying about their purpose, “The Obama Foundation Summit will bring together young community leaders from Chicago, across the country, and around the world to share ideas about how to inspire and equip people and communities with the tools to make positive change.”

Prince Harry often volunteers his time to help out those in need. As some of y’all know, Prince Harry helped to organize the Invictus Games; which is a sporting competition for inactive and active soldiers who were wounded.

He also co-founded an organization called Sentebale for orphans in Africa, as well as spending his time helping out with conservation efforts throughout the African continent.

Back in May of the this year, former President Barack Obama stopped by Kensington Palace to talk with Prince Harry about their shared interest in helping veterans, mental health issues, and helping young folks in disadvantage communities.

Former President Obama also gave his condolences to those who were injured or killed during the terrorist attacks that occurred in Manchester during that week.

Kensington Palace is quoted as saying about Prince Harry’s volunteer work, “Prince Harry believes that every child should be given the opportunity to fulfil their potential, regardless of their background or situation.”

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