Two days after the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, is seen laying flowers at a memorial for the victims in front of the Uvalde County Courthouse. On Tuesday, news spread across the country that a shooting had occurred at Rob’s Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. The shooter was 18-year-old Salvador Ramos. Ramos had turned 18 just a week before the day of the shooting and had bought two AR-15 rifles and 300 rounds of ammunition from a gun shop located only 3 miles from his home. The incident triggered a wave of outrage among all important public figures. Jimmy Kimmel went to his show to talk about this issue. Kimmel pointed to a disturbing statistic that in the US alone there were 27 incidents of school shootings in 2022, and only half this year. “How does that matter to anyone? These are our kids,” Kimmel remarked. Matthew McConaughey felt compelled to comment on the matter because he was born in Uvalde, Texas. The actor urged Americans to look deeper and not just accept these tragedies. He also went on to send prayers for all the families who suffered in this tragedy: “Words cannot understand or heal your loss, but if prayer can provide comfort, we will keep them coming.” Harry Styles announced on Instagram that he will donate $1 million from his North American tour to the fight against gun violence and the path to better gun control. In an emotional monologue, James Corden expressed his dismay and confusion over the subject, saying that he fails to understand how many more tragedies will happen before people stop accepting them and do something about the matter. needed. Corden commented, “I’m constantly surprised by the number of people who should think it’s fair to never make meaningful changes to gun laws.” Meghan Markle has yet to comment on the matter, but as the old saying goes, actions speak louder than words, and their actions reflect solidarity.