A truly memorable night in the presence of Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex, who tonight showed his support for OnSide Youth Zones and the life changing impact they can have on the lives of young people. We are so grateful. #GetOnSide #changinglives pic.twitter.com/piQHatrRvd
— OnSide Youth Zones (@OnSideYZ) June 7, 2018
The Kensington Palace-based evening was hosted by comedian David Walliams and celebrated the growth of the charity’s network of youth centres dotted across the UK.
The aim of the organisation is to give young people a space to enjoy activities and to learn new skills in a safe environment.
Guest Davy Price (an active supporter of @InspiredYouth) shares that he chatted with Harry “about mental health and the pressures faced by young people today… We maaay have also talked about helicopters. Absolute gentleman.” pic.twitter.com/3RbiAXb1Gq
— Omid Scobie (@scobie) June 7, 2018
According to royal reporter Omid Scobie, guest, Davy Price, chatted away to the 33-year-old royal throughout the evening “about mental health and the pressures faced by young people today.”
The Duke of Sussex is telling a large gathering what a massive difference @OnSideYZ can make to this country in the coming years. We’re building one in Hammersmith. If you can help, please get in touch. pic.twitter.com/TLBpF6fqZk
— Mark Davies (@markxdavies) June 7, 2018
According to Price, Harry as an “absolute gentleman”. No surprises there then.
The newlyweds were last spotted at Buckingham Palace for Prince Charles’ 70th birthday celebrations on May 22 after postponing their honeymoon for the event. It was their first engagement after being crowned the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
And Harry’s latest engagement is sure to please royal fans, as it is now highly likely that the couple will make their debut joint appearance at Trooping the Colour on Saturday.
The Buckingham Palace balcony is stooped in romantic history with the likes of Prince Charles and Princess Diana sharing their first kiss in public following their 1981 nuptials. Before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge stole the nation’s hearts after their 2011 wedding ceremony.
The royal family will take to the balcony this Saturday to mark Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday and it is widely speculated that two-month-old Prince Louis of Cambridge will also make his debut appearance.
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