In honour of what would have been Princess Diana’s 60th birthday, we sat down with Tessy Ojo, the CEO of the Diana Award. The Diana Award honours young people who work to improve the lives of others and provides mentorships to young people as well as resources to help mental health and fight bullying. In this conversation, we spoke about Princess Diana legacy, how Harry and William work together and how women, especially women of colour can navigate institutions that are not designed with them in mind.

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