Prince William pens a touching letter to Princess Diana’s charity on behalf of himself and his brother, Prince Harry.
In the ultimate show of solidarity, Prince William wrote a heartfelt letter to The Diana Award charity on behalf of himself and his brother.
The letter which was shared by the organization on Instagram sent a message of support and thanks to all the staff and volunteers at the charity.
The Diana Award is a charity that honors young people following in Princess Diana’s footsteps and making differences in their community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Royals expressed their gratitude to those working during these trying times and extended their good wishes to each worker and their family. He wrote,
“My brother and I remain appreciative of the work you do to foster, develop and support young people, particularly at this time of uncertainty.”
The Charity was created in honor of William and Harry’s late mother Princess Diana and focused on anti-bullying as well as fostering support for the youth.
In a new survey, the Diana Award found that 85% of young people and 98% of staff working with young people say mental health is a high priority.
[T]hanks to a letter auctioned in the UK, fans of the royal family were able to get a glimpse of the late Princess Diana.
The message marks one of the first written mentions of his brother since Prince Harry and his wife Meghan decided to step down as active members of the royal family.
It seems the brothers inherited their passion for charitable work from their mother and it was evident to see in the letter where Prince William wrote,
“ There is no doubt that your support for young people, through what will be anxious and unsettling times for many, is as important as ever.”
Prince William and Prince Harry have often spoken of how special the time they spent with their mother in Kensington Palace.
Recently, thanks to a letter auctioned in the UK, fans of the royal family were able to get a glimpse of the late Princess Diana.
In it, Princess Diana thanked Sergeant George Plumb of Scotland Yard’s elite Close Protection Group, after he arranged a special motorcycle display for William’s 7th birthday.
She began by letting him know how much the young children had enjoyed the display ending the letter with “our warmest possible thanks.”