Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become the first members of the royal family to publicly celebrate Pride Month, marking the beginning of it with a message from their official Instagram account dated June 1st. In this message they tribute LGBT campaigner across the country, especially mentioning the prince’s mother Princess Diana, who was an active campaigner for people living with AIDS. The royal couple’s official Instagram account followed 11 organizations that advocate for LGBT+ equality, including Stonewall, the Human Rights Campaign, the Albert Kennedy Trust the Trevor Project, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The collage of pro-LGBT images shared alongside the message, in which the Duke and the Duchess of Sussex promised to stand for the LGBT community and to support it because they sincerely believe that love is love. Prince Harry has been one of the most vocal members of the royal family about LGBT+ issues, as well as continuing the legacy left by his mother on HIV/AIDS.