Prince Harry recently made his music video debut…and it was all for charity!
The royal made a cameo in a music video for UK charity WellChild, a charity that he actively supports. The music video features the WellChild Nurse and Families choir, band Scouting For Girls and X-Factor singer Josh Daniel as they covered Daniel Powter’s 2005 hit “Bad Day.”
The video is a part of a bigger aim to raise awareness and funds for children with special needs.
Watch the video below!
WellChild as a whole supports kids with severe illnesses. Harry himself recently attended the WellChild Awards in October, and gave a speech about the organization and the kids he had the pleasure to meet. “The WellChild Awards is one of those moments in life when you are left in awe at the strength of human character,” the prince said. “Watching these young people face challenges with such determination, positivity and good humor never fails to take my breath away.” He also added, “I am so fortunate to have had the chance of meeting you all and so proud to be associated with this fantastic charity.”
You can read his speech in full here.
The music video is really cool, and it’s awesome that Prince Harry and others were able to be a part! WellChild is definitely make a positive impact on the lives of kids in the UK, and it’s great to see that they show no signs of stopping!