Prince Charles says ‘enough is enough’ – unites with son Harry to prevent youth violence

Dec 14, 2018
06:43 A.M.
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Prince Charles and Prince Harry joined the conversation at Clarence House for preventing the increasing youth violence in the UK.


The official Twitter account for Kensington Palace confirmed on December 12 that the Duke of Sussex joined his father, The Prince of Wales, for a roundtable discussion on mitigating youth violent crimes in Britain.

Kensington Palace further confirmed that the discussion was organized by the Prince’s Trust as a part of its ongoing work to help ‘disadvantaged and vulnerable young people in light of the increased levels of violent crime.

Speaking during the discussion, Prince Charles declared the levels of knife crime in Britain to be “unacceptable” and called on the experts to come up with “better ways” to prevent such incidence, as per Telegraph.


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The Prince of Wales reacted to the increasing level of youth violence by admitting “enough is enough” and calling on the experts to “make a dent in this enormous problem.”

Teaming up with his son, Harry, Charles stated that such incidents were harming a lot of families and the authorities must come up with more practical ideas to fight the issue at hand.


He also demanded more constructive activities to be introduced to young people so that they can channel their energy during adolescence in a much better manner. Vocational education was one of such activities suggested during the discussion.

Charles and Harry also listened to over dozens of specialists as they opened up about their personal as well as professional experience of youth violence.


“This is a thing which seems unacceptable, frankly. We should say enough is enough. This time, we are really going to make a dent in this for the sake of so many young and so many families. That should be our aim.”

Prince Charles, Telegraph, December 12, 2018

The initiative was convened by the Prince’s Trust, which Prince Charles founded 42 years ago in 1976 to help vulnerable young people to get better opportunities at education, training, and employment, as reported by Pop Sugar.


Among several celebrity ambassadors for the charity, Tom Hardy also accompanied Prince Charles and Prince Harry for the discussion.

The combined effort against youth violence from this royal duo comes only a few days after news emerged of a growing bond between the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex.

A Daily Mail correspondent recently tweeted about a special photo from the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which sees Prince Charles walking the future Duchess of Sussex down the aisle, that has been put up in the public area at Clarence House.