The royal siblings can appear jointly at the upcoming ceremony, at the stately home of Northamptonshire, where Princess Diana grew up. Tessie Ugo, managing director of the Diana Prize, said she felt “privileged” to lead the organization that includes the two brothers.
She told the Daily Mail that she hopes the brothers will meet at the awards ceremony in December.
She said, “For us it doesn’t matter where they are in the world.
They jointly stick to the prices.
“The Dukes are going to be very involved because it’s going to be a full week of events so they are excited to get involved.”
The Diana Award was established in 1999 by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and aims to honor young people between the ages of 9 and 25 who are working to improve the lives of others.
The Legacy Award is a prestigious honor to celebrate exceptional youth social or humanitarian work.
Harry and William in previous years actively participated in this event.
They both presented the First Legacy Awards together in 2017 at St James’s Palace.
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