Caption: The brothers met with the first winners of the Legacy Award, set up by the Diana Award charity it was set up by the Diana Award charity to mark the 20th anniversary of her death in a Paris car crash.
In a speech, Harry, 32, said: "One of the things our mother taught William and I (sic) was the value of doing good when no one is watching.
She visited hospitals late at night to comfort patients; she spent hours writing letters to privately support the work of others; she achieved a lot by shining a spotlight, but she worked just as hard when the cameras were gone.
"It is this spirit of quiet selflessness that unites these 20 recipients of the Legacy Award. We must remember none of the amazing young people you have seen today did what they did for recognition or reward.
They acted for the good of others, not for themselves. I can only applaud a truly incredible group of young people. Click link for post from EXPRESS.