PUBLISHED: 15:55, Fri, Oct 30, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:55, Fri, Oct 30, 2020
Prince Charles and Camilla's Twitter account, Clarence House, shared this morning a series of conversations between young people part of the Prince's Trust and black British leaders. This series of one-to-one questions to actors, politicians, entrepreneurs and more was created to "celebrate Black History Month", Charles and Camilla's social media account said.
Before sharing the videos, Clarence House wrote: "To celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth, young people from @PrincesTrust and @PrincesTrustInt have been asking their career questions to Ambassadors and Alumni of the charity, who are Black British leaders in their fields."
Among the people to take part in the Q&A there was actor Idris Elba, who has often praised the Prince's Trust for the support given him at the beginning of his career.
The London-born actor received a £1,500 grant to be able to train as an actor with the National Youth Music Theatre.
Despite having reached worldwide fame, the international star works closely with the Trust as an ambassador, helping raise awareness of the challenges faced by young people.
Prince Charles celebrated Black History Month through his Trust (Image: GETTY)
Prince Charles founded his Trust in the mid-1970s (Image: TWITTER)
Prince Charles founded the Prince's Trust in 1976 to help vulnerable young people get their lives on track.
It supports those aged between 11 and 30 who are struggling at school, are unemployed or find themselves in a difficult situation.
Prince Charles's celebration of Black History Month through ambassadors of the Prince's Trust came after Meghan and Harry called for the end of "structural racism" on October 1.
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Prince Harry said Meghan helped him understand unconscious bias (Image: GETTY)
To mark the beginning of this month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared their list of BHM NextGen Trailblazers, honouring outstanding black Britons who have made important contributions to