As an avid polo and rugby player, Prince Harry is no stranger to the impact sports can have on the lives of young people. (There's even an entire page on the royal family's website dedicated to this passion.)
It makes sense, then, that his latest public appearance celebrated the launch of Made by Sport, a campaign that's aiming to support disadvantaged young people through athletics.
At the Black Prince Trust, a nonprofit sports facility in London, the Duke of Sussex, 34, joined professional boxers Anthony Joshua and Nicola Adams, and a group of children in the boxing ring.
According to People, the prince told the children, “A lot of kids your age have had anger and emotions they don’t know what to do with, that’s not unique. They are looking for a way to channel it, and this is where they should be doing it. You make friends, you find family, you are just part of a different gang.”