Ahead of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings, Prince Harry has been appointed as the Commonwealth Youth Ambassador. This will be his highest-profile public role to date and a job that will see him working with his future wife encouraging young people to use the network of mostly former British colonies.
Queen Elizabeth granted the situation to her 33-year-old grandson who is fifth-in-line to the honored position and has driven a rebranding of the government in an offer to make it more current and important. Prince will undertake his first engagement as Ambassador at the Youth Round Table and the opening session of the Youth Forum.
Harry said at the opening of a Commonwealth forum discussing youth issues, “I know that serving as ambassador to young people I’m going have to try to keep up with you all … my job will be to listen to you, my duty will be to ensure that your ideas, concerns, thoughts, and hopes are heard.”
The declaration agrees with the beginning of a summit of the Commonwealth Heads of Government in London and will try to help the system when Britain is arranging its take-off from the European Union.
The prince added, “I’m also incredibly grateful that the woman that I am about to marry, Meghan, will be joining me in this work, in which she too is hugely excited to take part in.” Prince Harry will able to bring attention to the work and aspirations of young people across the Commonwealth.
Prince will involve further engagements in the UK to show the importance of the Commonwealth and promote the Commonwealth on scheduled tours to the Commonwealth countries.