The younger British royal received a prestigious award from Attitude magazine on behalf on his late mother princess Diana whom he followed campaigning against HIV\AIDS. Buckingham Palace confirmed that His Highness had collected “a posthumous Attitude Legacy Award on behalf of Diana, Princess of Wales, at the Attitude Awards at the Roundhouse” on October 12. Many in the gay community held a special affinity with the Princess who helped the victims of AIDS crisis and did a significant charity work. She also made history as she shook hands with people having AIDS when everybody was afraid to touch them because of being not knowledgeable about the ways the disease is transmitted. The charity named in her honour, The Diana Award, also works to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. The Prince has adopted HIV as one of his key campaigning issues, visiting a number of HIV clinics, attending the International AIDS Conference in South Africa, and speaking about his late mother’s work on the issue.