Prince Harry made a surprise return to a St Ann’s recording studio in Nottingham on Thursday.
The 4th-in-line turned up unexpectedly at the youth centre on Thursday; the children were expecting to meet with representatives of The Royal Foundation, but instead, got The Prince himself.
Harry joined in singing and rapping with the youngsters at Community Recording Studio, based at a youth club, which he also visited last year as it received funding from the Royal Foundation.
This year, the charity hope to be able to keep Russell Youth Cub open with three more years worth of funding from Harry’s charity, which is also The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s. The charity’s three principle aims are the Armed Forces, young people, and conservation. The St Ann’s based youth project was predicted to close last year.
Kensington Palace has described the visit as a ‘private’ one, hence it was not announced beforehand.
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