This has to do with their mother, Princess Diana.
The relationship between Prince William and Prince Harry Still not good. The brothers do not agree, but nevertheless they have worked together again for a long time.
William and Harry put their personal problems aside to show Princess Diana Award, an award in memory of their mother. The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex met the Diana Legacy Award winners last week, ahead of a party at the late Princess Althorpe’s grandparents’ home. William met ten young winners at Kensington Palace and Harry spoke with nine of the other ten winners via video call from California.
from Royal the brothers Both were eager to contribute to this special award, and thus collaborated once again for the first time in a long time. The two were last seen together when they saw a statue of Princess Diana revealed, in July of this year. “Both brothers were very excited to be involved and they both want it to happen on the same day,” a source said. Hello!. “It is a special award in memory of their mother, who continues to unite them despite all that has happened.” On December 9, Diana’s brother, Earl Spencer, will receive the 20 winners at a special ceremony at Althorp House.
The Legacy Award is given every two years and is the most prestigious award a young person can receive for their social or humanitarian work. This year’s winners are from the United Kingdom, China, Colombia, Germany, India, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and the United States. They were chosen from among a group of 2020 and 2021 Diana Award winners.
Positive impact on society
The jury is chaired by Earl Spencer and also includes Rosie Nixon, editor-in-chief of Hello!. They chose the winners to honor their positive impact on society. Winners will have access to a unique two-year development program to advance their skills in leadership, community development, social entrepreneurship, and technology.
“The pandemic continues to disrupt lives and exacerbate social inequality. But out of the darkness of Covid, young people are rising to shape change in their communities around the world,” said Tessie Ugo, Executive Director of the Diana Prize. “Their compassion, determination and vitality to make positive change today and in the years to come is tremendous. They could not be a more fitting tribute and a lasting legacy to Princess Diana and her belief that young people have the power to make the world a better place.”
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