Tuesday marked the day when young visionaries from all over the world gathered in London. The 20 honorees welcomed by Prince William at Kensington Palace are aged 12 to 25 and come from the U.K., Canada, Malaysia, Tanzania, Nigeriga, India and Nepal.

All recipients of the Legacy Award have made an important impact on society, like the 25-year-old Kanchan Amatya from Nepal, who founded the Sustainable Fish Farm Initiative when she was only 16 and also helped raise over $100,000 for the Nepal Earthquake Relief. Prince William shared some pictures from the reception and his thoughts on the Legacy Awards on his official Instagram account kensingtonroyal:

"Taking place every two years, the Legacy Awards celebrate the achievements of 20 outstanding young leaders, visionaries and role models from across the world, aged 12-25, who have demonstrated their ability to inspire and mobilise new generations to serve their communities."

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The caption under the post continued: "The Diana Award is a continuation of Princess Diana’s legacy and her belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better". After the reception with Prince William at the palace, the honorees picked up their awards at a lavish dinner with Charles Spencer, one of the late Princess Diana's three siblings.

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