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“She Taught Me…” Prince William Honours Mother Princess Diana At A Charity Event

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A charity named after his late mother, Princess Diana, carrying out “inspirational work” to support the youth globally would have honoured her if she had witnessed this, said Britain’s Prince William said on Thursday, attending the charity event.

William, 41, stated that he and his wife Kate, Princess of Wales, had tried to emphasize his mother’s legacy via their charity work.

The heir apparent stated during a speech at the ceremony held at London’s Science Museum, “I know that she would have been honored to see a charity in her name doing such inspirational work to uplift young people from all corners of the globe. She taught me that everyone has the potential to give something back, that everyone in need deserves a supporting hand in life,” William added.

The Diana Award was established twenty-five years ago in honor of the first wife of King Charles, who died at the age of thirty-six in a Paris automobile accident in 1997 when William was fifteen and his younger brother Harry was twelve.

Established in 2017, the charity’s Legacy Award honors young people for their humanitarian and social action efforts. A ceremony is conducted every two years to present the winners.

At the ceremony on Thursday, twenty honorees from around the world were honored. Three of the recipients were from the United States and Britain, and the remaining recipients were from Jamaica, India, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

The ceremony takes place just one week after Kate, 42, the spouse of William, issued an apology as her office had altered a photo of the couple’s three kids.

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