Princess Diana's brother Charles Spencer is keeping his late sister's royal legacy alive nearly 20 years after her tragic death.
Charles, 52, will present 80 kids, ages 10-19, with Diana Awards in London on Monday, July 4 to honor the young leaders' work as local campaigners, fundraisers, supporting mentors and anti-bullying campaigners.
Charles in December 2015. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
According to People, this will be the first time a direct member of Diana's family will be present to give out these honors from the Diana Award charity.
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"There's that recognition that her legacy is about compassion, service and about young people. [Charles] says this is what his sister was all about," Diana Award charity chief executive Tessy Ojo told the magazine.
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