Prince Harry is on a two day visit to Copenhagen, Denmark fromOctober 25th to 26th at the request of The Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This is his first official visit to Denmark, and he will be spending time with young Danes making a real difference in fields including business, sports and social development. Click HERE to take a look at Day 1.
In the morning, Prince Harry visited a Danish bakery, where he met with volunteers and service users from ‘One of Us’, a nationwide campaign designed to improve attitudes towards mental health. Afterwards, he was joined by Prince Joachim of Denmark ,to visit a project which supports veterans of the Danish Armed Forces. Prince Harry learned about the origins of the initiative which uses sports and teamwork to help rehabilitate wounded soldiers and watched demonstrations of the most popular activities. The two Princes also attended a reception with some of the recently returned Invictus Games competitors who have also benefitted from this project.
Prince Harry’s final engagement was at the Ørestad Gymnasium, which is part of a global network of changemaker schools, with partners in the UK. He a conference on the importance of ‘Making a Difference’, and joined individual sessions and workshops to hear from young people sharing ideas and best practices related to solving issues facing their generation.