Princes William and Harry take a royal selfie
Both British princes partake in the first royal Google Hangout to promote leadership at the launch of The Queen's Young Leaders
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge took a little time off from daddy duties to visit Buckingham Palace with his brother Prince Harry to launch The Queen's Young Leaders programme on 9 July 2014. The occasion saw a number of lucky youths who got to meet and speak to the princes.
"This programme is called the Queen's Young Leaders for a reason. You're a leader now, not in the future. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise," William said in his opening speech.
The launched centred on social media, so naturally, a selfie was inevitable. The princes also participated in a Google Hangout next to British entrepreneur Jamal Edwards and Radio 1 DJ Gemma Cairney, speaking to five youth leaders from the UK, India, Jamaica, South Africa, and Australia.
"When I was young, there wasn't really anything like this, so it's great that something like The Queen's Young Leaders is about now," Jamal said.
The brothers looked like they had a ball of a time, especially Harry, who said "The stuff that you guys do is inspirational, so don't stop now. It's the beginning." As you command, princes.
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