Prince Harry is using his platform to give children a voice! The 32-year-old Royal visited Nottingham, England, on Wednesday to meet with volunteers and youths involved in the Full Effect and Coach Core mentoring programs.
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He watched a kickboxing lesson from two of the program’s participants and was even treated to a rap session from one talented young boy in a lyric writing workshop.
At the end of his verse, the student threw pages of lyrics into the air as Harry laughed and cheered him on.
Harry later gave a speech to the graduates of the Nottingham Academy’s Coach Core program, encouraging them to take their training out into the real world.
“You’ve got to remember your roots, guys. You’ve got to remember where you’ve come from,” he said. “The effects that you can have in your communities now, by making this decision, and now by bringing your skills back to your community and being able to engage other people, is something that is seriously lacking in cities across the U.K.”
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He went on to say, “I genuinely believe that you guys, putting yourselves forward for this, you are unique individuals, and you’ve got a unique toolbox that you can use to change lives, and not just yours but those around you.”
This event marks the latest in a series of recent appearances from Prince Harry and the rest of the royal family. He is next set to appearance at Time to Talk Day on Thursday at the London Ambulance Service to promote his charity, Heads Together.