Prince Harry: video message for a good cause
Video message for a good cause
Prince Harry calls for children and young people to be nominated for the WellChild charity award.
Prince Harry (38) is patron of the British charity WellChild, which has been helping sick children and young people for decades. To support the work of the team, the Royal reports with a personal video message on Twitter.
Cost of living creates “huge pressure”
He has been the patron of the organization for 15 years now. Harry was “extremely grateful for the work that WellChild does and moved by the stories I hear and the people I meet,” he says in the clip. Among other things, the 38-year-old highlights how the charity enables seriously ill children and young people to live with their parents.
The parents are not only faced with countless medical or logistical challenges. The cost-of-living crisis also brings “huge pressure” with it. Despite this, families supported by WellChild continue to show “resilience and strength” that is inspiring.
In the clip, Harry also thanks the many helpers, including doctors, nurses and teachers. And he calls for inspirational Children or nominate youngsters for the annual WellChild Awards. He always looks forward to meeting the young winners.
Prince Harry Missed Wellchild Awards Because of Queen Elizabeth II
In 2022, Prince Harry actually wanted to attend the WellChild Awards in London in person, but he had to cancel at short notice due to his grandmother’s deteriorating health. Queen Elizabeth II. (1926-2022) died in early September.
In a later video conference published on YouTube Among other things, Harry had apologized to little Henry for not being able to meet him in person. “My name is Henry too, but everyone calls me Harry. I have no idea why,” he told the boy and his parents. They told the royal they already knew that. Prince Harry was the inspiration for her child’s name.