Like Father, Like Son! Prince Harry and Prince Charles Come Together For a Special Cause

It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but Prince Harry and Prince Charles aren't slowing down just because it's the holidays. In fact, they're doing the opposite, actually. On Wednesday, the Duke of Sussex joined his father at Clarence House for a roundtable discussion about the prevention of youth violence in the UK. The royals were also joined by Tom Hardy and rapper Tinie Tempah, as well as members of Charles's Prince's Trust charity. The goal of the meeting was to increase the organization's "ongoing work to help disadvantaged and vulnerable young people in light of the increased levels of violent crime."

"There must be better ways, if we're going to prevent all these appalling disasters happening to so many people's families," Charles said. "We should say enough is enough. This time, we are really going to make a dent in this for the sake of so many young and so many families. That should be our aim. It can't be beyond the power of man or woman to find a way through. I pray that as a result of all this, there may be a way of making a dent in this enormous problem."

The Prince's Trust was established by Charles in 1976 to empower vulnerable young people to get into jobs, education, and training. Tom is one of the celebrity ambassadors for the charity, and earlier this year, he marked his first appearance in almost a year at The Prince's Trust Awards in London.