Marcus Rashford made MBE by Prince William

Marcus Rashford made MBE for his service to vulnerable children by Prince William

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Manchester United forward, Marcus Rashford has been made an MBE for his services for vulnerable children. The footballer was honoured by the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William.

The footballers honour was part of the first face to face ceremony the Prince hosted since covid-19 inception.

“Pleased to be back doing investitures in person, celebrating people across the UK who have gone above and beyond for their country and community” Prince William tweeted.

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He held series campaigns across the United Kingdom to ensure no vulnerable child was hungry. His advocate, especially in most of his tweets went viral, getting the attention of UK policymakers to change policy over free school meals vouchers during the covid-19 lockdown

“Congratulations Marcus Rashford, keep continuing the vital work you’re doing for vulnerable children across the UK” Prince William tweeted.

Receiving the award, he quotes the tweet of the Prince with an appreciation message.

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“An honour to spend the morning with you, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Thank you for making the day so special for me and mum, very proud” the Manchester footballer said

Marcus who turned 24 days ago said he would give his MBE to his mother, Ms Maynard. Reports say Ms Maynard raised four children including Marcus while she worked full time on minimum wage. She also received recognition for her work around food security which saw a foodbank warehouse to honour her.

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“if I did have, I would have been much better off amd had many more options in my life. For me, it is a punishment for them not to be getting things like meals or supplies of books” Marcus revealed, saying he would continue to campaign to give children things they don’t have.

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