Prince Harry recognized the important work being done by young Londoners with the charity StreetGames and its partner Sport at the Heart.

The Duke of Sussex took part in a video call on Wednesday with three volunteers, to whom he expressed his gratitude and support.

"You're doing such amazing work and thank you so much for being you, and for being so kind and compassionate and caring to others," Harry said, in a clip from the call that was posted on Friday to the Twitter account of the StreetGames charity.

Prince Harry's Zoom call from L.A. home with London volunteers

RELATED: Prince William New BBC One Show Appearance in Support of Frontline Health Workers

According to People, Koran Goldstone, 25, Falhat Husein, 19, and Matthew Burrage, 25, are the Sport at the Heart volunteers who shared the call - and a few laughs - with the prince.

They discussed with him their continued deliveries of food and supplies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, rather than their typical sport-related projects. 

Each of the volunteers also welcomed a family member who additionally greeted Prince Harry toward the end of the call.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex meets pupils during his visit to The Rugby Football Union All Schools Programme at Lealands High School on September 12, 2019

RELATED: Kate Middleton Shuts Down False Content in Article About Harry & Meghan

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are at their Los Angeles mansion

In the new call, Prince Harry appeared to be at his L.A. home in a sunlit setting, which may have been in the backyard or on a balcony. He and wife Meghan Markle also made headlines earlier this week when it was reported that they've filed complaints about concerning drone activity above their property.

The couple also celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary last week, but they've kept a low profile as of late, with no social media presence and only the occasional charity-related video appearance.