In a strange moment, RFK Jr. is not happy with his family after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received the year’s Ripple of Hope award.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is both “bewildered” and “baffled” by his family’s decision to award Prince Harry and Meghan Markle this year’s distinguished Ripple of Hope award, RadarOnline.com has learned.

The award, which is given annually by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization for “exemplary leaders across government, business, and advocacy,” will be given to Harry and Meghan during a gala in New York City scheduled for December 6.

Harry and Meghan were announced as this year’s recipients alongside Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy by RFK Jr.’s sister, Kerry Kennedy, who runs the organization in honor of the siblings’ late father, Bobby Kennedy.

But while RFK Jr. told Daily Mail he is both “baffled” and “bewildered” by the choice to name Prince Harry and Meghan as two of this year’s recipients, he also acknowledged the choice is an “encouraging step up” from when Dr. Anthony Fauci won the award in 2020 for his leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“It’s a bewildering choice but still an encouraging step up from 2020,” the 68-year-old exclusively told the outlet.

Past recipients of the Ripple of Hope human rights award also include former President Barack Obama, current President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and both Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Harry and Meghan were announced as this year’s recipients alongside Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy by RFK Jr.’s sister, Kerry Kennedy, who runs the organization in honor of the siblings’ late father, Bobby Kennedy.

But while RFK Jr. told Daily Mail he is both “baffled” and “bewildered” by the choice to name Prince Harry and Meghan as two of this year’s recipients, he also acknowledged the choice is an “encouraging step up” from when Dr. Anthony Fauci won the award in 2020 for his leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“It’s a bewildering choice but still an encouraging step up from 2020,” the 68-year-old exclusively told the outlet.

Past recipients of the Ripple of Hope human rights award also include former President Barack Obama, current President Joe Biden, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and both Bill and Hillary Clinton.

“If you look at the people who have been awarded the Robert Kennedy prize in the past – Bill and Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Bishop Desmond Tutu – and then you have to ask what are Harry and Meghan doing here?” Nasaw said, echoing RFK Jr.

“What in God’s name have they done to merit this?” the British professor continued. “What percentage of Harry and Meghan’s wealth is going to worthy causes?”

The tickets for December’s gala run anywhere from $2,500 to a whopping $1 million, with choices to sit at the “head table” alongside Harry and Meghan.