Caption: Much loved: William and Harry with their mother Diana, Princess of Wales on the Buckingham Palace balcony in 1986
Prince Harry and the Duke of Cambridge have paid tribute to the charity set up in their mother's name and revealed that she would have been 'proud' of its achievements.
The Diana Award, which aims to tackle bullying and social exclusion, was set up two years after the late princess' death in 1999.
Now her sons have spoken out about their mother's charitable legacy, wishing the Diana Award a Happy 15th Birthday and praising its 'energy and passion'.
Writing in a joint foreword for a book celebrating the organisation's decade and a half, the two continued:
'We believe, when encouraged and supported, that young people have the ability to change society for the better.
'We know that our mother - in whose memory this award was established - felt the same and would be proud of its achievements to date.' Click link for full post from The Daily Mail.
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