Prince William surprised a group of teens with a video call yesterday, taking time to chat with the young ambassadors of one of his late mother's causes. He connected with teen ambassadors from The Diana Award, an organisation established in memory of the Princess of Wales. Dialling into the call, the teens had no idea who they would be chatting with and probably weren't expecting the Duke of Cambridge. William even joked about it as the call connected and he saw their shocked faces, laughing: "There could be all sorts of expectations, so I'm sorry if this a little bit different to who you might be thinking you were going to see.
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Prince Harry is continuing to support causes near and dear to his heart. On Wednesday, the Duke of Sussex made a surprise appearance during the virtual Diana Awards to honor recipients for their work on issues related to race and injustice. The Diana Award charity was set up in memory of the late Princess Diana and aims to "develop and inspire positive change in the lives of young people. Like many of you, she never took the easy route or the popular one or the comfortable one, but she stood for something, and she stood up for people who needed it. Harry then touched on the civil unrest happening in the world and offered some words of hope to the award recipients.