Prince Harry told Diana’s awards that his late mother, Princess Diana, would be “so proud” of them.
On Monday (06/28/21), the Duke of Sussex met with the last group of young people who were to receive the Diana Prize for their humanitarian work and community actions, and said that he was sure that his mother died due to the car. crash in 1997 – I would like to see young people “living a real life.”
He told them: “I am honored to celebrate your work, your commitment to change and the vital role you play in representing the new generation of humanism.
“Later this week, my brother and I celebrate that our mom would have turned 60 and she will be so proud of you for living a real life with purpose and compassion for others.”
Harry, 36, said the late Princess of Wales has always believed in the “strength” of young people to help “change the world.”
He added: “Our mother believed that young people could change the world. She believed in your strength, because she saw it day after day, and on the faces of young people like you, she witnessed boundless enthusiasm and passion. … “
And he also explained that he and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, share Diana’s feelings.
He said: “Me and Meg are deeply convinced that our world is on the verge of change, real change for the benefit of all.”
After her speech, Tessie Ojo, executive director of the charity Diana Award, said that Harry, who has two-year-old son Archie and three-week-old daughter Lily with Meghan, was “honored” to convey his “wonderful message.” congratulations ”to the laureates of the award.
She told People magazine: “I am honored that the Duke of Sussex is delivering this wonderful congratulation to the young people. It means a lot to him to tell young people that his mother will be proud of them. such an honor that he is proud of the young people and the work they do, and it is a huge praise for them and their families.
“Every time her sons talk about pride in the work done on her behalf, it gives me so much joy.”