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Príncipe Harry fala sobre a mãe

Duque de Sussex quer dar o exemplo de Diana ao filho Archie.

6 Julho, 2019 - 09:00

Daniela Carrilho
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Harry participou na National Youth Mentoring Summit, conferência onde teve a oportunidade de falar da enorme responsabilidade que sentiu quando foi pai.

“Talvez seja uma clareza recém-descoberta que eu tenho como pai, sabendo que o meu filho irá sempre observar o que eu faço, imitar o meu comportamento e um dia seguir os meus passos. Mas não é apenas o meu papel como pai que me mostra isso, é nas pessoas que eu vejo todos os dias que não percebem o quão inspiradoras são para aqueles que as observam”, sublinhou o príncipe.

Foi nesse momento do discurso que Harry falou do exemplo que a mãe, a emblemática princesa Diana, foi para toda a sociedade a nível mundial.

“Foi uma inspiração para muitos, sem perceber o impacto que teria em tantas vidas. Não têm de ser princesas ou figuras-públicas para serem um modelo a seguir, na verdade, é igualmente valioso se não forem”, concluiu.

Hoje, o príncipe Harry e a ex-atriz Meghan Markle vão batizar Archie, dia em que comemora dois meses de vida.

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Today, The Duke of Sussex attended UK’s first National Youth Mentoring Summit, hosted by @DianaAward. The Diana Award, created in 1999, is a continuation of Princess Diana’s legacy and her belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better. Young people shared their experiences of being mentees and explained why it is so important to them to have businesses, organisations and leaders support mentoring. Two of these were influential young leaders Deborah and Dorcas Kabongo, who won the Diana Award in 2015 for their work on tackling key issues at the root of gang culture, focusing on the role of women and girls in gang-related violence and crime. They are having a real impact on their local community, showing those who may feel that joining a gang is their only option that there are alternatives in life. Since the creation of the Diana Award almost 20 years ago, the charity has recognised 48,000 selfless young people from across the world for their social action and humanitarian work. It has trained over 28,000 young people to stand up to bullying in their schools and communities through Anti-Bullying Ambassador training and supported over 1,000 vulnerable young people across the United Kingdom by introducing a positive role model into their lives through their Mentoring Programme. “I’m struck by a few things today, most of which is the power of the invisible role model. The person who may be sitting here today that doesn’t realise that someone looks up to them, that for that person, you inspire them to be kinder, better, greater, more successful, more impactful.” – The Duke of Sussex Thanks to organisations like The Diana Award the impact that young people can have is heard and acknowledged. For those who wish to become part of the programme and make a difference, please discover our link in bio for more information. Photo credit: Carmel King/The Diana Award

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