Prince Harry delivered his first speech after arriving in the United Kingdom, paying respect to his mother, Princess Diana, ahead of the dedication of her memorial.
The Duke of Sussex astonished and welcomed the young Diana award rewards.
Speaking from quarantine at Frogmore Cottage, Harry remarked, “I am really pleased to celebrate your efforts, your devotion, and your essential role in representing a new generation of humanitarianism.”
The Duke, talking about Prince William, continued, “My brother and I recognize later this week the 60th birthday of our mother and are very proud of you all to live genuine living with purpose and compassion for others.”
Harry kept going, “Our mother thought youth had the ability to transform the world. Because she saw it day by day, she trusted your strength and she saw bottomless energy and fire in the features of young persons precisely like you.”
He then said to Meghan Markle’s wife, “Meg and I think in basic terms that our world on the verge of change, of genuine change for the betterment of everyone.”