Nottingham had a royal welcome from Prince Harry when he visited a youth project in St Ann’s.
His visit was to Full Effect – a project working with young leaders and primary schools in the area to try to prevent young people from becoming involved in violence and crime.
Harry attended the premiere of Guillemot which was screened at Cineworld on Tuesday evening.
The thought-provoking film – which deals with the brutal reality of leaving home and entering the adult world – was created by 15 young local people with the help of production company, Latimer Group.
Nottingham Trent University Broadcast journalism student Charlotte Helme, who met the Prince outside the venue, said it was an overwhelming experience that she would remember forever.
“Harry took the time to speak to us and find out more about us, so for that we can only thank him for making the effort,” she said.
“He’s a very friendly man and an absolute pleasure to meet.
“A young girl asked him for a selfie to which he responded ‘I don’t do selfies but happy to do a normal one’.
“He seemed very interested in what I was doing and I explained what placements I am involved with and he started discussing media companies he knows in the area.”
Picture: Prince Harry stops to take photos with his Royal fans